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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Tor Project Expands With Crowdfunding

With US Government As Top Donor, Tor Project Looks to Crowdfunding

Ashley Carman | November 24, 2015

Following up on goals set earlier this year, the Tor Project launched its first crowdfunding project today to expand its donor base beyond the US government and allow for spending flexibility. Although there wasn't much of an explanation in its campaign announcement, Tor could be seeking to become less reliant on the US government, which typically accounts for 80 to 90 percent of annual funding. Tor said in March it was exploring crowdfunding as a way to bring its Hidden Services to the broader internet and, more specifically, countries whose citizens might benefit from added privacy. The technology allows users to connect to blogs and chats, among other online services, while remaining anonymous.

How to Browse the Web Anonymously With Tor Project. A network map is available so you can track your web traffic's route. Source:

<more at; related links: (This is what a Tor Supporter looks like: Laura Poitras. November 23, 2015) and (Crowdfunding the Future (of Hidden Services. March 30, 2015)>

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