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Published on Oct 26, 2010
The Internet has proved its tremendous potential for the enjoyment of freedom of expression and information as well as of many other human rights. The Internet has become an important channel that makes it possible for us to communicate and interact without borders or limits.
There are however strong powers promoting limitations of the Internet, as well as powers to protect openness. During this session we would like to demonstrate how the Internet is used for purposes supporting human rights and freedom of speech.
Roger Dingledine is project leader for The Tor Project, a US non-profit working on anonymity research and development for such diverse organizations as the US Navy, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Voice of America. In addition to all the hats he wears for Tor, Roger organizes academic conferences on anonymity, speaks at a wide variety of industry and hacker conferences, and also does tutorials on anonymity for national and foreign law enforcement.
Från Internetdagarna. Folkets Hus, Stockholm - 2010-10-26.