"For me personally, Tor was a life changer, bringing me back to the Internet of my childhood by giving me just the slightest taste of freedom from being observed.”
- Edward Snowden, Permanent Record (pg 156)
We believe human rights apply to all spaces we occupy, offline and online.
Digital rights are human rights. https://blog.torproject.org/digital-rights-are-human-rights #HumanRightsDay #privacy #internetfreedom
We're in a race against censors of #internetfreedom around the world.
If you have a question about our anti-censorship work, Roger Dingledine is answering questions in the comments of this blog post featuring his recent talk at DEF CON:
Tails, a live operating system relying on Tor that helps you to use the internet anonymously and circumvent censorship almost anywhere you go and on any computer, turns 10 today.
Happy birthday, Tails 🎂
This is an #internetfreedom disaster. More than 26,000 websites are blocked in Egypt. https://afteegypt.org/en/digital_freedoms-2/publications_digital_freedoms-digital_freedoms-en/2019/05/19/17500-afteegypt.html
"Being a dissident is hard enough... anonymized communication is a godsend."
You can help us keep Tor strong for activists in 2019 by making a donation.
In the US, our outreach efforts have turned to some of the best defenders of democracy, privacy, and human rights: librarians.
#freedom #privacy #internetfreedom #surveillance
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We advance human rights and defend your privacy online through free software and open networks.
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