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[liberationtech] Google Unveils Tools to Access Web From Repressive Countries |

Tempest tempest at
Wed Oct 23 12:33:28 PDT 2013

Shava Nerad:

> But if you look at the press or boosters or detractors, there is
> misinformation, disinfo, and just a lot of glitter and FUD out there.
> Not to jump on TechPresident, but to use them as an example (but because it
> was posted here...), there's a tendency to pit groups against one another,
> too, which is freaking sad.
> From their headline:  ""Could State Department Funded Lantern Be Bigger,
> Better Tor?"

the lantern team already directly laid this to bed in their faq under
"is lantern safe for me to use."

"Lantern is not an anonymity tool. If you require that the sites you
visit do not learn your IP address or physical location (they normally
can, which may come as a surprise), or you cannot risk network monitors
being able to determine what sites you visit, we recommend you use Tor.
Tor is great software, and we communicate with the Tor team frequently.
Again, Lantern’s purpose is access. Tor’s purpose is anonymity."

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