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NYT reports on an uptick in online anymizing tools

posted by:Marty // 11:06 PM // January 25, 2006 //

The New York Times reports on an increase in usage of anonymizing tools, applications and services (such as Tor). Also mentioned in the article is the increased variety of these products and services.

A question for our readers - call it an informal survey of sorts - are you using these tools and services? If so, which do you prefer? Have any of these things turned you off?

Read the article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/25/technology/techspecial2/25privacy.html?_r=1

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