Spread the word about Tor
To all Tor advocates,
For all of you who want to spread the word about Tor at a symposium or conference and need printed materials, we finally have something for you:
Download these brochures here:
EDIT: Adding new translations as they come in (thanks, folks!). If you're considering translating these brochures, please contact us first at email@example.com to make sure nobody else is already working on the same translation.
There are three different versions of the brochure, all with the same front and different backs:
- Law Enforcement & The Tor Project: Geared as a quick reference for law enforcement audiences (not just investigators, but also support services).
- The Benefits of Anonymity Online: This is meant for journalists, domestic violence organizations, and others focused on protecting their identity online.
- Freedom & Privacy Online: The target audience here is the general public - helping educate people about the reasons that protecting their privacy is important.
Feel free to use these brochures to spread the word about Tor. And just in case you're new to Tor and wondering whether you're permitted to use these brochures: yes, absolutely! We really want people to talk about Tor. Even if you don't have good answers for all the questions people might come up with, these brochures might serve you as a guidance.
Need a stack of these for an event? Contact us, tell us about the event and how many brochures and which of the three versions you need, and we'll mail them to you. Note that we might ask you to write a trip report and give us some feedback on the brochures in exchange.
Also, we will be offering updated versions of these brochures on an ongoing basis.
Thanks for spreading the word about Tor!
Agreed. In fact, we already changed that heading to "Who Uses Tor?" in the linked PDF and ODG but didn't update the preview picture. So, yes, this is already fixed. Thanks for the comment!
Basically, you're right. BUT: What about knife producers? Knifes are abused on a daily basis, but how could this really discredit the good use of knifes for medical operations or cooking? Rather than concealing the fact that there is marginal abuse, you should find good analogies to convey just proportions of the problems every technology faces.