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Censorship and Surveillance Resistance Systems

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All internet users want security, privacy, and access to information. How are governments restricting access to websites and tracking communication? How can better privacy be achieved on the internet? A good answer to that question is: TOR . What is TOR ? How does it operate? What are the limits to its security? How is it being fought and by whom? Also – what is the mysterious “Dark Web”? We will answer these questions, as well as look at cases of people who got caught – and people who didn’t, as well as the arms race currently happening between TOR and foreign governments.

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