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What you purchase is your business.

"Using digital cash is one way to take back the internet and protect what privacy we have. The Tor and Bitcoin communities can make for powerful allies in this effort." - Alex Gladstein

Privacy isn't about hiding bad things. It's about protecting what defines us as human beings: our day-to-day behavior, our personality, our fears, our relationships, and our vulnerabilities.

Privacy should be the default online.

We've got 2 tickets to Bitcoin 2020 up for grabs.

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Breaking encryption puts everyone at risk.

"Even the Defense Department is now pointing out that the government’s quest to weaken encryption lies somewhere between counterproductive and downright harmful."

Last year @torproject has been working on refactoring core Tor and making it more maintainable. Here a report on the work that has been done

The Tor network team spent the last 12 months working to improve network scalability and accessibility.

- Reduced module complexity and maintenance burden;
- Developed new architecture for several key Tor modules;
- Implemented better tooling;
- Improved testing for several key Tor modules; and
- Improved our documentation.

All this work couldn’t have happened without the support of many teams at Tor and anonymous volunteer cypherpunks. Thank you.


Privacy should be the default.

Your online behavior can reveal your identity, fears, relationships, and vulnerabilities. Sharing something about yourself should be your choice.

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"Privacy is a fundamental human right. It has no price tag. No person should be coerced or encouraged to barter it away."

After months of work, we have a new stable release series.

Tor is the first stable in the 0.4.2.x series. This series improves reliability and stability and includes several stability and correctness improvements for onion services.

Ring is not your friend.

"If someone refuses to provide footage to police, all police need to do is reach out to Ring.

...officers are instructed to contact Ring and request that the captured video be preserved."

We're in a race against censors of 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:

This is outrageous and dangerous. People in China are now required to have their faces scanned when registering new mobile phone services.
.onion: bbcnewsv2vjtpsuy.onion/news/wo

Privacy and freedom online are your rights and the rights of everyone online. Help us make Tor stronger and scale it to support all who need it.
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deal: 10% of all Casa orders today will be donated to the Tor Project.

Thanks Casa for helping us .

Since we launched our campaign to , we've already raised nearly $140,000 ($280,000 with Mozilla's match). Thank you.

24 hours only: If you donate $100 or more before 23:59 UTC (7pm ET) Nov 27, you'll be entered to win a Tor swag pack with a hoodie, t-shirts, and stickers.

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