[or-cvs] r22075: {} stupid auto-props. (website/trunk/press/en)

Andrew Lewman andrew at torproject.org
Sat Mar 27 20:24:24 UTC 2010

Author: phobos
Date: 2010-03-27 20:24:24 +0000 (Sat, 27 Mar 2010)
New Revision: 22075

stupid auto-props.

Deleted: website/trunk/press/en/2010-03-25-tor-store-press-release.wml
--- website/trunk/press/en/2010-03-25-tor-store-press-release.wml	2010-03-27 20:19:35 UTC (rev 22074)
+++ website/trunk/press/en/2010-03-25-tor-store-press-release.wml	2010-03-27 20:24:24 UTC (rev 22075)
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-## translation metadata
-# Revision: Id
-# Translation-Priority: 4-optional
-#include "head.wmi" TITLE="Tor: Press Releases" CHARSET="UTF-8"
-<div class="main-column">
-<p><strong>WALPOLE, MA</strong> The Tor Project and Printfection launch
-<a href="http://printfection.com/torprojectstore">The Tor Store</a> for
-all your Tor fan needs. The Tor Store offers a range of t-shirts for
-men and women, mugs, and sweatshirts emblazed with everyones favorite
-techno-onion logo. Community feedback shapes the product selection.
-This first release of the store contains some of the most requested
-Tor-logo enabled items.</p>
-<p> <blockquote>"The Tor Project is leveraging Printfection's on-demand
-merchandise fulfillment technology to engage their supporters and generate
-additional revenue to help protect anonymity online.  We're proud to be
-associated with such an important project."
- -- Casey Shorr, CEO of Printfection</p>
-<p>Tor's tools and technologies are already used by millions 
-of people to protect their activities online.  These
-users include journalists and human rights workers in politically
-rigid countries communicating with whistleblowers and dissidents.
-Law enforcement officers on Internet sting operations stay
-anonymous with Tor, as do people wanting to post socially
-sensitive information in chat rooms, like rape or abuse survivors
-and those with illnesses.  The Tor network also provides
-protection for people looking for another layer of privacy from
-the millions of websites and ISPs bent on collecting private
-information and tracking their moves online.</p>
-<p>Tor welcomes your support through purchasing of Tor branded items and
-through the consistent donations of thousands of individuals through our
-<a href="<page donate>">various methods of donation</a>.  </p>
-<p>Based in Walpole, MA, The Tor Project
-develops free and open-source software that provides online
-anonymity to the everyday Internet user. Tor was born out of a
-collaboration with the U.S. Naval Research Lab starting in 2001,
-and it became an official U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2006. The
-Tor Project now works with many individuals, NGOs, law
-enforcement agencies, and businesses globally to help them
-protect their anonymity online.</p>
-<p>In addition to its efforts developing and maintaining the Tor
-anonymity software and the Tor network, The Tor Project also
-helps to lead the research community in understanding how to
-build and measure scalable and secure anonymity networks. The Tor
-developers publish several new research papers each year in major
-academic security conferences, and just about every major
-security conference these days includes a Tor-related paper.  Tor is a
-project-funded organization with eight full-time staff.</p>
-<p>Printfection is the leading all-in-one merchandise fulfillment
-service. Tens of thousands of businesses use our technologies and
-services to power their merchandising programs. We make it easy for any
-sized organization to sell t-shirts, mugs, totes, and other promotional
-merchandise online.  Launched in 2004, Printfection now hosts over
-20,000 online merchandise stores fulfilling orders from three locations
-nationwide. The company is based in Denver, Colorado. Learn more about
-Printfection at www.Printfection.com.</p>
-<p>The "Onion Logo" and "Tor" wordmark are registered trademarks
-of The Tor Project, Inc.</p>
-<p>Contact: Andrew Lewman</p>
-<p>Tel: +1-781-424-9877</p>
-<p>Email: execdir at torproject.org</p>
-<p><a href="https://www.torproject.org/">Website: Tor Project</a></p>
-<div align=center>###</div>
-</div><!-- #main -->
-#include <foot.wmi>

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