End of #MoreOnionsPorFavor campaign
This week we're officially wrapping up the campaign #MoreOnionsPorFavor. Non-profits, companies, media outlets, whistleblower platforms, service providers, hackerspaces, security conferences, bloggers, and web developers joined the campaign to make the web more secure. We will email swag winners in the next few days.
We have been serving Tor browser traffic on our domain via our hidden service [onion service] for a while through use of the Alt-Svc HTTP header, but your blog post gave us the incentive to make our onion service more visible.
DW is a global advocate for freedom of opinion and freedom of speech. […] It is therefore a logical step for us to also use Tor to reach people in censored markets who previously had limited or no access to free media.
I would like to let you know that I, a french criminal lawyer, use a hidden service [onion service] on my professional website. […] I use it to promote Tor to other lawyers who often use encrypted message services but do not consider the matter of anonymity online, even though some famous French criminal lawyers have recently been subject to highly questionable judicial interceptions. The legal battle is not exclusive to the use of technical precautionary measures such as Tor...