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add the newest research blog post

Roger Dingledine authored on 07/02/2011 07:56:00
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+<li>For various diversity metrics, how has the diversity of
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+the Tor network changed over time? How robust is it to change or
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+attack? These results can help us make better design decisions. See the <a
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+href="<blog>/research-problem-measuring-safety-tor-network">blog post</a>
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+for details.
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 <li>If we prevent the really loud users from using too much of the Tor
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 network, how much can it help? We've instrumented Tor's entry relays
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 so they can rate-limit connections from users, and we've instrumented
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-<li>More coming soon. See also the "Research" section of the
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-<a href="<page getinvolved/volunteer>#Research">volunteer</a> page for other topics.
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+<li>More coming soon. See also the "Research" section of the <a
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+href="<page getinvolved/volunteer>#Research">volunteer</a> page for
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+other topics.
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