[tor-project] The Tor Project Social Contract

teor teor2345 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 2 01:19:29 UTC 2016

> On 2 Aug 2016, at 10:51, Alison <macrina at riseup.net> wrote:
> Hi Mike, I think that this is valid criticism. I'd really like it if we
> could at least clarify that we will always make most of our tools free
> of cost. I've added that line to your revision:

Can I suggest:

"We will make most of our tools free of cost."

I'm not sure if the "always" adds anything.


> Mike Perry:
>> Here's an attempt to reword to capture my thinking:
>>  3. Our tools are universally available to access, use, adapt, and distribute
>>  The more diverse our users, the less simply being a user of Tor implies
>>  about any user, so we aim to create tools that anyone can access and
>>  use. We will always make most of our tools free of cost. We do not restrict access to our tools unless it is for the
>>  security of all users, and we design, build, and deploy our tools
>>  without collecting identifiable information about our users. We expect
>>  the code and research we publish to be improved by many different
>>  people, and that is only possible if everyone has the ability to use,
>>  copy, modify, and redistribute our tools.
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