March 19, 2007 | By Peter Eckersley

Student Coders: Get Paid to Improve Tor & Defend Privacy Online

Are you a student who knows how to cut code or find security holes? Want to get paid to spend a summer working to defend anonymity online? Thanks to Google's Summer of Code, the Tor Project in collaboration with EFF have positions for several students as full-time developers for the (Northern Hemisphere) summer of 2007. Apply for yours before March 24 and help us advance this state of the art of anonymous Internet communication tool! More details are available here.


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