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Update all links to the new domain. Add jeff-index.wml as his working draft of the new index page for the new site.

Andrew Lewman authored on16/10/2007 04:01:56
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@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ sending any response to your ISP, you may want to seek the advice of an
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 attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.</p>
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 <p>Also, if you received this document from anywhere besides <a
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-href="https://tor.eff.org/eff/tor-dmca-response.html">https://tor.eff.org/eff/tor-dmca-response.html</a>,
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+href="https://torproject.org/eff/tor-dmca-response.html">https://tor.eff.org/eff/tor-dmca-response.html</a>,
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 it may be out of date. Follow the link to get the latest version.</p>
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 In fact, initial development of Tor, including deployment of a
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 public-use Tor network, was a project of the U.S. Naval Research
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 Laboratory, with funding from ONR and DARPA. (For more on Tor,
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-see <a href="https://tor.eff.org/">https://tor.eff.org/</a>.)  As an
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+see <a href="https://torproject.org/">https://torproject.org/</a>.)  As an
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 organization committed to
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 protecting the privacy of its customers, I hope you'll agree that
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 this is a valuable technology.
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 <p>Also, if you received this document from anywhere besides <a
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-href="https://tor.eff.org/eff/tor-legal-faq.html">https://tor.eff.org/eff/tor-legal-faq.html</a>,
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 it may be out of date. Follow the link to get the latest version.</p>
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 <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick-subscriptions" />
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 <input type="hidden" name="business" value="donations@torproject.org" />
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 <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Tor Project Membership" />
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 way to donate (such as a European-style bank transfer), <a
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 href="mailto:donations@torproject.org">let us know</a> and we'll work
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 something out. Donations of $65 or more qualify you for a <a
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+## translation metadata
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+# Revision: $Revision: 11474 $
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+#include "head.wmi" TITLE="anonymity online"
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+<!-- SIDEBAR (OPTIONAL) -->
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+<div class="sidebar">
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+<a href="<page download>"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/download_tor.png" alt="Download Tor" /></a>
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+<br />
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+<a href="<page overview>"><img src="$(IMGROOT)/how_tor_works_thumb.png" alt="How Tor Works" /></a>
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+<div class="donatebutton">
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+<a href="<page donate>">Support Tor: donate!</a>
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+</div>
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+<!-- END SIDEBAR -->
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+<div class="main-column">
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+<!-- PUT CONTENT AFTER THIS TAG -->
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+<h2>Tor: anonymity online</h2>
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+<hr />
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+<p>
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+Tor keeps you anonymous on the Internet, protecting
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+you from a variety of threats by bouncing your communications
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+around a worldwide set of servers to mask where they came from.
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+There are many reasons to use Tor. For example:
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+<ul>
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+<li>You live in a country that restricts access to certain sites or services.
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+Tor hides where you go on the Internet from your ISP,
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+so you can access any Internet site.</li>
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+<li>You live in a repressive state that monitors the content of your communications.
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+Tor encrypts your data until it gets to an "exit node" that could be on another
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+continent, making it very difficult to monitor the content of Internet communications.
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+<li>You are an abuse victim who wishes to anonymously join a survivor discussion group.
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+Tor ensures that your chats and emails are not traceable to your computer.</li>
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+<li>You are a law enforcement officer or corporate user who needs to use email,
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+websites, or chat
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+Tor masks where you are coming from, making it very difficult
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+to figure out where you are coming from or who you are.</li>
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+<li>You simply want some privacy concerning where you go, what you view, and what you do
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+on the Internet. Tor hides your Internet use from your ISP, the servers and transit nodes,
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+We have a full page devoted to explaining exactly <a href="<page overview>">
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+what Tor does, why it is important, and how it works</a>.
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+To quickly start using Tor, we recommend the
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+There are three pieces of fine print you need to know about:
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+potential attacks that could compromise Tor's ability to protect you</a>.
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+Third, Tor is beta software, which means that it isn't done yet, and may
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+Tor's security improves as its user base grows and
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+If you can't run a server for some reason,
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+we need funds to research attacks on the Tor network, improve performance, and develop
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+new features to make Tor more reliable, secure, and speedy.
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+<a href="<page donate>">Please donate.</a>
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+<li>Sep 2007: If you have received email claiming to be Tor, it wasn't
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+<li>Aug 2007: <strong>Please update your Tor software!</strong>  The
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 If you are running a mirror, please email
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 <dt>Christian King</dt><dd> Worked on making Tor servers stable on
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