Tor Project successes

Related: Users of Tor

2015

2015-Sep | Free Software Foundation: Tor relay reinstated in the Kilton Library: a win for free software-based anonymity

2015-Jun | GlobalVoices: Tor Use in Russia Spiking in Response to Kremlin’s Censorship Efforts

2015-Apr | Committee to Protect Journalists: Journalists overcome obstacles through crowdfunding and determination

2015-Mar | GlobalVoices: Netizen Report: Macedonian Leak Scandal Reveals Mass Surveillance, Corruption

2015-Mar | Motherboard: Iran Is Trying to Block Tor

2014

2014-Nov | Committee to Protect Journalists: How Facebook’s Tor hidden service improves safety for journalists

2014-Sep | Comcast: Setting the Record Straight on Tor

2014-Aug | GlobalVoices: Iran’s Internet Users Outsmart Government in Cat-and-Mouse Censorship Game

2014-Jul | Dailydot: Iran blacklists Tor network, knocking 75 percent of users offline

2014-May | Transition House As domestic abuse goes digital, shelters turn to counter-surveillance with Tor

2014-Apr | Reporters Without Borders: Reporters Without Borders and Torservers.net, partners against online surveillance and censorship

2013

2013-Jul | GlobalVoices: Another Journalist Arrested in Zambia

2012

2012-Jun | Reporters Without Borders: Government steps up control of news and information

2012-Feb | Ars Technica: Tor’s latest project helps Iran get back online despite new Internet censorship regime

2011

2011-Apr | GlobalVoices: Over the Firewall and into the Fire

2011-Apr | Freedom House: Leaping Over the Firewall: A Review of Censorship Circumvention Tools

2011-Jan | GlobalVoices: Iran: Blocking activity, email interception, and renewed pressure on the Green Movement

2011-Jan | Tor Project: New Blocking Activity from Iran

2010

2010-Jan | GlobalVoices: Poland: Discussions of TOR and Internet Filtering

2009

2009-Sep | GlobalVoices: التدوين باسم مجهول مع ووردبرس و تور

2009-Mar | GlobalVoices: Anonymous Blogging with WordPress & Tor Updated!