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with all the tasty anonymity, privacy, and security that Tor provides? Now you can, with their .onion service.
Tor's safety comes from diversity.
The more relays we have and the more diverse they are, the fewer attackers are in a position to harm the network.
The more diverse the use of the network, the more anonymity we have for all users.
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The Tor Project is hiring for two positions: a Systems Administrator and a Browser Developer. Share these opportunities with your networks:
🚨 Important: starting July 15, 2021, Tor will no longer support v2 onion services. If you are a site administrator, you must upgrade to v3 onion services. Here is the full deprecation timeline:
We have an opening for a browser developer position at @torproject!
The Tor Project is hiring a Junior Systems Administrator! Please retweet and share this opportunity with your networks.
Dear Spotify: don’t manipulate our emotions for profit
Take a stand against Spotify
's recent speech-recognition patent that claims to detect “emotional state, gender, age, or accent” to recommend music.
Music services shouldn't be using covert surveillance in their products.
Growing your onion is easier than ever with affordable DV certificates and the new Onion Zine setup guide. 💜
The Tor Project has made it clear to Freedom Software Foundation and #LibrePlanet in the past that we did not want to participate in the event if they welcomed RMS back.
To re-instate him without notifying the community prior to the event is against the transparency we stand for in this community.
The Tor Project is joining calls for Richard M. Stallman to be removed from board, staff, volunteer, and other leadership positions in the FOSS community, including the Free Software Foundation and the GNU Project. Sign the open letter: https://rms-open-letter.github.io/
Amazon is forcing delivery drivers to undergo surveillance of their location, movement, and biometric data. And if they don't sign the "consent" form? They are fired.
Internet shutdowns don't resolve crises. Research suggests that shutdowns actually escalate tensions by limiting freedoms and creating confusion. Protecting human rights and freedoms in a digital age means #KeepItOn.
📣 Online surveillance tries to track our every move. Luckily, we can use Tor to protect our privacy. But the offline world is different: we can't live life through relays. It's time to ban biometric surveillance.
Sign the petition & #ReclaimYourFace here: https://blog.torproject.org/sign-to-reclaim-your-face
Your car is broadcasting data about where you go and what you do. And now a surveillance contractor wants to sell this data to the U.S. military, including "real-time locations of specific cars in nearly any country on Earth."
🔵 New releases: Tor 0.3.5.14, 0.4.4.8, and 0.4.5.7.
These releases fix a pair of denial-of-service issues. We recommend that everybody upgrade to one of the releases (0.3.5.14, 0.4.4.8, or 0.4.5.7) as they become available to you.
Full log: https://blog.torproject.org/node/2009
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