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update phone number across all pages.

Andrew Lewman authored on 01/04/2012 19:39:34
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     of The Tor Project, Inc.</p>
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     <p>Contact: Andrew Lewman</p>
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-    <p>Tel: +1-781-352-0568</p>
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+    <p>Tel: +1-781-948-1982</p>
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     <p>Email: execdir@torproject.org</p>
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     <p><a href="https://www.torproject.org/">Website: Tor Project</a></p>
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but back the business phone number as it appears global voip isn't so global when you actually leave the US borders.

Andrew Lewman authored on 25/04/2011 17:35:23
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     of The Tor Project, Inc.</p>
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     <p>Contact: Andrew Lewman</p>
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     <p>Email: execdir@torproject.org</p>
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     <p><a href="https://www.torproject.org/">Website: Tor Project</a></p>
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new phone number that works globally without getting charged a billion dollars per minute around the world.

Andrew Lewman authored on 03/04/2011 17:05:14
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     of The Tor Project, Inc.</p>
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     <p>Contact: Andrew Lewman</p>
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     <p><a href="https://www.torproject.org/">Website: Tor Project</a></p>
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looks like we never set the keywords either

Roger Dingledine authored on 27/10/2010 12:31:57
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Also fix links in /press

Sebastian Hahn authored on 24/10/2010 15:59:46
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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><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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fix broken links in the press pages

Roger Dingledine authored on 10/10/2010 00:07:56
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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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rename the press index page to press to make the navbar work correctly.

Andrew Lewman authored on 07/10/2010 23:00:36
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fix the press links so they work correctly, update the affected pages.

Andrew Lewman authored on 24/09/2010 17:34:31
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more press fixes, sync with main website some more.

Andrew Lewman authored on 20/09/2010 22:08:24
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try to fix the press mess.

Andrew Lewman authored on 20/09/2010 19:46:16
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finish cleaning up the press links

Andrew Lewman authored on 20/09/2010 19:30:06
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+    <p><strong>DEDHAM, MA</strong> -The Tor Project has <a href="/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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change all of the breadcrumbs from page home to page index.

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first cut of the new, shiny tor website as wml.

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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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+    translation and localization team and infrastructure; and spread understanding of Tor in a safe word-of-mouth way that stayed mostly under the radar of censors.  All of these successess have contributed to the growing user base and increased stress on the public Tor network.</p>
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+    <p>Tor's tools and technologies are already used by hundreds of
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+    collaboration with the U.S. Naval Research Lab starting in 2001,
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