Anti-censorship team report: June 2020

Tor's anti-censorship team writes monthly reports to keep the world updated on its progress. This blog post summarizes the anti-censorship work we got done in June 2020. You can find a Chinese translation of this blog post below. Let us know if you have any questions or feedback!

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Tor规避审查团队2020年六月份月度报告

Tor项目的规避审查团队发布了今年六月份的月度报告。以下为团队上个月完成的工作。

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July 25, 2020

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File this under "Tor stories". I wasn't sure whether to comment this under this anti-censorship blog post or the #MoreOnionsPorFavor blog post, the only two open for comments at the moment that relate to social issues.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/n9HnJ6HDml51hp1S6qlv1Y/what-d…

"Notably, we don’t always want to reveal our identity to our fellow group members. Daniel Miller spoke to hospice patients and learned that anonymous online groups are hugely important for people who are undergoing transformations in their bodies which make them feel very anxious. They need to talk things over, “but they don’t really feel comfortable discussing with people that they know”, and they often prefer to discuss difficult and intimate problems with other people going through the same thing – without revealing their identity."

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