[or-cvs] r23186: {projects} soften the freegate claim (projects/articles)

Roger Dingledine arma at torproject.org
Tue Sep 14 17:57:33 UTC 2010

Author: arma
Date: 2010-09-14 17:57:33 +0000 (Tue, 14 Sep 2010)
New Revision: 23186

soften the freegate claim

Modified: projects/articles/circumvention-features.tex
--- projects/articles/circumvention-features.tex	2010-09-14 17:57:31 UTC (rev 23185)
+++ projects/articles/circumvention-features.tex	2010-09-14 17:57:33 UTC (rev 23186)
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
 \fancyfoot[C]{\hrulefill \\ The Tor Project, Inc.\\  969 Main Street, Suite 206, Walpole, MA 02081-2972 USA\\ https://www.torproject.org/}
 \author{Roger Dingledine \\ The Tor Project}
-\title{Ten things to look for in a circumvention tool \\
+\title{Ten things to look for in a circumvention tool\\
 \date{Originally prepared for the March 2010 ``Index on Censorship'',\\
 then adapted for the July 2010 ``China Rights Forum''}
@@ -91,7 +91,8 @@
 coming from Anonymizer's servers were either paying customers (mostly in
 America) or people in Iran trying to get around their country's filters.
 For more recent examples, Your Freedom restricts free usage to a few
-countries like Burma, while systems like Freegate and Ultrasurf outright
+countries like Burma, while at times systems like Freegate and Ultrasurf
 block connections from all but the few countries that they care to serve
 (China and, in the case of Ultrasurf recently, Iran). On the one hand,
 this strategy makes sense in terms of limiting the bandwidth costs. But

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