Posts by isabela

Thank You, Edward Snowden

by isabela | December 26, 2019

As a contribution to our campaign to take back the internet, Ed has given us three signed cards to include inside copies of his book for our supporters.

A better internet is possible. I’ve seen it.

by isabela | November 4, 2019

I know that a better internet is possible. In fact, it once existed. I started using the internet in the mid-90s, with a dial up connection in my family’s house in Brazil. I loved getting online because I could go down an infinite rabbit hole of hyperlinks, learning and discovering new things, and I could talk to all kinds of people without having to reveal my real name or my real identity. Who I was in the physical world didn’t matter when I got online.

Ecuador: Free Ola Bini

by isabela | April 15, 2019

We at the Tor Project would like to express our deep concern regarding the well-being and the rights of Ola Bini.

International Women's Day

by isabela | March 7, 2019

The work we do at the Tor Project is to ensure that anyone can safely use the internet. We are very happy to know that our work provides women all around the world the security and anonymity they need to organize and express themselves.

Strength in Numbers: Community Is Key

by isabela | November 21, 2018

This is my first blog post as the Tor Project’s Executive Director. I can’t express how excited I am for this next journey. I have been a Tor user and advocate since its early days, in the Vidalia times. Tor has come a long way, always evolving to provide a holistic solution for anonymity, security and privacy online.

We’re Upping Our Support to Mobile Browsing

by isabela | September 5, 2017

It’s essential for us to reach people in areas in the world with heavy online surveillance and censorship, especially those in the Global South. Most people in these regions only use smartphones to access the internet, and we want to better support these users by upping our support for mobile browsing.