[tor-commits] [spec/master] Fix issues identified by @bassosimone
art at torproject.org
art at torproject.org
Wed Apr 15 17:10:25 UTC 2015
Author: Arturo FilastÃ² <art at fuffa.org>
Date: Mon Mar 16 16:45:14 2015 +0100
Fix issues identified by @bassosimone
informed-consent/inform-users-long.md | 12 ++++++------
1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)
diff --git a/informed-consent/inform-users-long.md b/informed-consent/inform-users-long.md
index e1e21ef..80e5134 100644
@@ -18,8 +18,8 @@ Before running OONI inside of a country with controversial internet access
related laws you should consult a lawyer. You may also reach out to us with
specific inquiries at legal at ooni.nu.
-Some things that OONI does may be against the terms of service of your ISP or
-legally questionable by your country.
+Some network tests that OONI does may be against the terms of service of your
+ISP or legally questionable by your country.
OONI's http test will download data from controversial websites,
specifically targeting those which may be censored in your country.
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ Even where these sites are not blocked, it may be illegal to access
them. It may also be illegal to bypass censorship, as OONI attempts by
-In the most extreme case, any form of network monitoring could be
+In the most extreme case, any form of active network measurement could be
illegal or banned, or even considered a form of espionage.
Some useful resources may be:
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ about your internet connection to the whole world. Particular groups,
such as your ISP and web services used by the ooni tests, will be able
to discover even more detailed information about you.
-THE PUBLIC will be able to see the information collected by OONIprobe.
+THE PUBLIC will be able to see the information collected by ooniprobe.
This will definitely include your approximate location, the network
(ASN) you are connecting from, and when you ran ooniprobe. Other
identifying information, such as your IP address, is not deliberately
@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ likely be able to link it to you personally. These organizations might
include your government, your ISP, and your employer.
ANYBODY WITH ACCESS TO YOUR COMPUTER, now or in the future, may be able
-to detect that you have installed or run ooni
+to detect that you have installed or run ooni.
SERVICES CONNECTED TO BY OONI will be able to see your IP address, and
-may be able to detect that you are using OONI
+may be able to detect that you are using OONI.
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