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 <h2><strong>THE TOR PROJECT ANNOUNCES THREE-YEAR DEVELOPMENT ROADMAP</strong></h2>
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 <p><strong>DEDHAM, MA</strong> - The Tor Project has published its <a
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-href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/tor/trunk/doc/roadmaps/2008-12-19-roadmap-full.pdf">three year
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+href="/press/presskit/2008-12-19-roadmap-full.pdf">three year
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 development roadmap</a>, focused on providing anti-censorship tools and
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 services for the advancement of Internet freedom in closed
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 societies.</p>
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-<p>Tor's tools and technologies are already used by hundreds of 
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-thousands of people to protect their activities online.  These 
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-users include journalists and human rights workers in politically 
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-rigid countries communicating with whistleblowers and dissidents. 
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-Law enforcement officers on Internet sting operations stay 
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-anonymous with Tor, as do people wanting to post socially 
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-sensitive information in chat rooms, like rape or abuse survivors 
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-and those with illnesses.  The Tor network also provides 
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-protection for people looking for another layer of privacy from 
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-the millions of websites and ISPs bent on collecting private 
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+<p>Tor's tools and technologies are already used by hundreds of
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+thousands of people to protect their activities online.  These
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+users include journalists and human rights workers in politically
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+rigid countries communicating with whistleblowers and dissidents.
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+Law enforcement officers on Internet sting operations stay
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+anonymous with Tor, as do people wanting to post socially
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+sensitive information in chat rooms, like rape or abuse survivors
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+and those with illnesses.  The Tor network also provides
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+protection for people looking for another layer of privacy from
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+the millions of websites and ISPs bent on collecting private
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 information and tracking their moves online.</p>
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-<p>While Tor's original goal was to provide this important 
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-anonymity, many people around the world use Tor to get around 
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+<p>While Tor's original goal was to provide this important
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+anonymity, many people around the world use Tor to get around
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 Internet censorship, as well.  <a href="http://www.hrw.org/">Human
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-Rights Watch</a> and <a href="http://globalvoicesonline.org/">Global 
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-Voices Online</a> have both recommended Tor as a tool to circumvent 
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-censorship regimes in oppressive nations. The roadmap is focused 
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-on providing anti-censorship tools and services for the 
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+Rights Watch</a> and <a href="http://globalvoicesonline.org/">Global
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+Voices Online</a> have both recommended Tor as a tool to circumvent
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+censorship regimes in oppressive nations. The roadmap is focused
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+on providing anti-censorship tools and services for the
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 advancement of Internet freedom in closed societies.</p>
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-<p>"If your Internet provider can't see what sites you're looking 
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-at, that also means they can't prevent you from reaching sites 
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-they don't want you to see," said Roger Dingledine, Tor Project 
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-Leader.  "This new roadmap with support from the larger community 
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-will let us make Tor even better at fighting censorship.  With 
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-three years of funding, we can tackle larger problems than 
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-before, and we can focus on making sure that Tor can grow to 
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+<p>"If your Internet provider can't see what sites you're looking
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+at, that also means they can't prevent you from reaching sites
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+they don't want you to see," said Roger Dingledine, Tor Project
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+Leader.  "This new roadmap with support from the larger community
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+will let us make Tor even better at fighting censorship.  With
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+three years of funding, we can tackle larger problems than
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+before, and we can focus on making sure that Tor can grow to
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 handle all the people who want to use it."</p>
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 <p>Tor welcomes additional sponsors to join <a
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-href="https://www.torproject.org/sponsors">current sponsors</a>; 
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+href="https://www.torproject.org/sponsors">current sponsors</a>;
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 such as the Broadcasting Board of Governors, the NLnet Foundation,
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 and hundreds of individual donors. While existing funders are enough to
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 get the items on the roadmap started, an additional $2.1 million over the
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 <h2>ABOUT THE TOR PROJECT</h2>
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-<p>Based in Dedham, MA, The Tor Project 
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-develops free and open-source software that provides online 
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-anonymity to the everyday Internet user. Tor was born out of a 
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-collaboration with the U.S. Naval Research Lab starting in 2001, 
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-and it became an official U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2006. The 
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-Tor Project now works with many individuals, NGOs, law 
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-enforcement agencies, and businesses globally to help them 
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+<p>Based in Dedham, MA, The Tor Project
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+develops free and open-source software that provides online
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+anonymity to the everyday Internet user. Tor was born out of a
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+collaboration with the U.S. Naval Research Lab starting in 2001,
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+and it became an official U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2006. The
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+Tor Project now works with many individuals, NGOs, law
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+enforcement agencies, and businesses globally to help them
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 protect their anonymity online.</p>
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-<p>In addition to its efforts developing and maintaining the Tor 
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-anonymity software and the Tor network, The Tor Project also 
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-helps to lead the research community in understanding how to 
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-build and measure scalable and secure anonymity networks. The Tor 
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-developers publish several new research papers each year in major 
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-academic security conferences, and just about every major 
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+<p>In addition to its efforts developing and maintaining the Tor
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+anonymity software and the Tor network, The Tor Project also
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+helps to lead the research community in understanding how to
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+build and measure scalable and secure anonymity networks. The Tor
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+developers publish several new research papers each year in major
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+academic security conferences, and just about every major
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 security conference these days includes a Tor-related paper.</p>
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-<p>The "Onion Logo" and "Tor" wordmark are registered trademarks 
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+<p>The "Onion Logo" and "Tor" wordmark are registered trademarks
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 of The Tor Project, Inc.</p>
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 <p>Contact: Andrew Lewman</p>
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 <h2><strong>TOR PROJECT LAUNCHES PERFORMANCE ROADMAP AND CAMPAIGN</strong></h2>
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-<p><strong>DEDHAM, MA</strong> -The Tor Project has <a href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/tor/trunk/doc/roadmaps/2009-03-11-performance.pdf">launched a roadmap</a> for dramatically improving the performance of the public Tor network over the next year.  A combination of existing funding and a needed $1 million over the next 12 months will ensure success.  This campaign is a direct result of the recently published <a href="<page press/2008-12-19-roadmap-press-release>">3-Year Development Roadmap</a>.  The roadmap incorporates research and actions from a number of sources which define the next steps for improving performance of the public Tor network.  The most requested feature by users of the public Tor network is to increase performance while keeping strong anonymity intact.</p>
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+<p><strong>DEDHAM, MA</strong> -The Tor Project has <a href="/press/presskit/2009-03-11-performance.pdf">launched a roadmap</a> for dramatically improving the performance of the public Tor network over the next year.  A combination of existing funding and a needed $1 million over the next 12 months will ensure success.  This campaign is a direct result of the recently published <a href="<page press/2008-12-19-roadmap-press-release>">3-Year Development Roadmap</a>.  The roadmap incorporates research and actions from a number of sources which define the next steps for improving performance of the public Tor network.  The most requested feature by users of the public Tor network is to increase performance while keeping strong anonymity intact.</p>
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 <p>As Tor's user base has grown, the performance of the Tor network has suffered.  Over the past few years, Tor's funding (and thus the development effort) has focused on usability and blocking-resistance.  We've come up with a portable self-contained Windows bundle; deployed tools to handle the upcoming censorship arms race; further
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 developed supporting applications like Vidalia, Torbutton, and Thandy; made it easier for users to be relays by adding better rate limiting and an easy graphical interface with uPnP support; developed an effective
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 <h3>Press Kit</h3>
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-<a href="https://svn.torproject.org/svn/tor/trunk/doc/2009-General-Background-on-Tor-Project-Inc.pdf">Who is Tor?</a><br />
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