Today is "I love Free Software Day", a day celebrating all the contributors to free software projects, and the Tor Project is giving some love to a children's book that aims to encourage young readers to learn more about free software and its role in democratic societies.
As over 65 elections will happen across the world in 2024, this year stands as the biggest election cycle of this century so far.
Internet censorship and surveillance are a threat to the integrity of free and fair elections.
As we bid farewell to 2023, we reflect on the hard work of the Tor Project's teams and their many noteworthy achievements to improve Tor and its experience for millions of users all around the world. Thank you to our community of users, volunteers, relay operators, partners, and donors for making these projects possible through their generous contributions.
We will be hosting our annual State of the Onion livestream, a virtual two-day event featuring the Tor Project's different teams presenting highlights of their work from 2023 and what we are excited about in the upcoming year, on November 29th and December 6th from 17:00 - 18:00 UTC.