EFF event on Tor, San Francisco, May 10

Roger Dingledine arma at mit.edu
Wed May 4 15:19:28 PDT 2005

Free Tor t-shirt if you run a Tor server. Hope to see some of you
there. :)


Explore the World of Anonymous Communication Online

Join EFF at 111 Minna Gallery to Hear Stories From the Trenches
About the Creation of Tor, an Anonymous Internet Communication System


Tuesday, May 10th, 2005
7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


Tor: A Brief History of the Most Important Privacy Software Since PGP

Tor is a free/open source software project to create an anonymous
system on the Internet.  Tor runs on all major platforms (Windows, Mac
OS X, and


Roger Dingledine - Tor Project - tor.eff.org
Roger Dingledine is the chief researcher and developer of Tor and has
worked on anonymity and security software at MIT, Reputation Technologies,
and his own Freehaven Project.  Roger will share his personal experiences
about the creation of Tor.

Chris Palmer - Electronic Frontier Foundation - www.eff.org
Chris Palmer is EFF's Technology Manager.  He will discuss EFF's goals
and reasons for supporting the Tor Project.


111 Minna Gallery

111 Minna Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Tel: (415) 974-1719

This event is free and open to the general public.  You must be 21+.
Refreshments will be served.  Free t-shirts for people currently running
Tor nodes. (Bring your IP address.) To learn how to set up a Tor node,
see http://tor.eff.org/cvs/tor/doc/tor-doc.html#server.

Please RSVP to (415) 436-9333 x129 or bayff-rsvp at eff.org

111 Minna Gallery is accessible via BART. Get off at the Montgomery
station and exit at 2nd and Market.  Walk south on 2nd Street for
a block and a half, and take a right down the Minna Street Alley.
111 Minna Street is located between Mission and Howard.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is the leading civil liberties
organization working to protect rights in the digital world.  EFF is a
member-supported organization and maintains one of the most linked-to
websites in the world: http://www.eff.org/

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