[Tor www-team] Proposed personas

Earl G globallogins at gmail.com
Tue Jan 14 06:42:53 UTC 2014

Including details of how to clear all traces of being on the tor website is
a very good idea.

i would say its not how many use them, but the handful in persecuted
country's that really need it.
Tor is often used because people want to feel safe or whatever reason.
But it is also used by people in danger.

So serving up these instructions is redundant for 99% of people but its the
1% that matter in this case IMO

On 14 January 2014 07:03, <andrew at torproject.is> wrote:

> On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 10:35:58PM +0100, lunar at torproject.org wrote 2.4K
> bytes in 0 lines about:
> : Now that I'm thinking of it, we might want to keep that in mind while
> : designing the new website itself. As an example, the website about
> : domestic abuse made by the french government [1] continuously shows two
> : links on the top-right corner saying “Remove traces of your visit” and
> : “Quickly get out of this website”.
> Not to derail the discussion, but those links make the organization
> hosting the website feel good. They don't actually protect the victim.
> It would be interesting to learn how often those links are clicked/used.
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