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While surveillance is the most often discussed threat these days, censorship still poses a major threat to communications worldwide. More than one-third of those who access the Internet are accessing a censored version of it and that number continues to grow. We need to continue the development of circumvention tools, and also ensure that those tools provide security.

Jillian C. York, director for international freedom of expression for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Thursday, July 3, 2014
Wall Street Journal

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