miércoles, 6 de noviembre de 2013

How the NSA Is Trying to Sabotage a US Government-Funded ... - Slate Magazine (blog)

Tor works by masking users' IP addresses, bouncing their connection through a complex network of computers. Each day, the tool is used by about 500,000 people, many of whom are pro-democracy activists in authoritarian countries, journalists, human rights advocates, and others whose work can be compromised by government surveillance or censorship. But the software can also be used by criminal groups and terrorist plotters, which makes it of particular interest to spy agencies.

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario en la entrada