Tor plans to launch a bug bounty program
In 2016, Tor will pay researchers to find vulnerabilities in its systems.
Tor's new executive director is a digital privacy legend
The anonymity network project has picked Shari Steele, the EFF's former leader, as its executive director.
French police want to ban public WiFi during emergencies
The 'Gendarmes' also want to ban the Tor network outright.
Here's how ISIS tries to keep its online activity a secret (update: debunked)
ISIS' online security guide has leaked, and it illustrates the dilemmas with privacy-minded services.
Carnegie Mellon says it didn't help the FBI hack Tor for money
The university implies that it was served with a subpoena that requested the details of the Tor exploit it discovered.
Carnegie Mellon may have ratted out Tor users to the FBI
Tor thinks the university's actions could tar legitimate security research.
Tor Messenger makes chatting off the record easier
You can use it to chat on various other services, including Facebook Messenger.
Researchers create super-fast Tor-style anonymity network
Researchers think that they have found a solution to Tor’s problem of slow speed.
Key Silk Road witness gets 2.5 years in jail
Michael Duch, an IT consultant who became a drug kingpin on Silk Road has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail.