Advox workshops: Roger Dingledine on Tor and blocking resistance

A brief overview of Tor and its blocking-resistance design

What assumptions we make about government firewalls, how our circumvention approach actually works, and how it's going so far. And if possible, addressing how to better leverage the small number of people who choose to use it as influencers of opinion and disseminators of knowledge in their communities.

Roger Dingledine of Tor's slides from the Global Voices 2008 summit in Budapest

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