Tor Challenge and ibiblio

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ibiblio was one of several sites recognized by the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the TOR Project for the long uptimes and significant bandwidth dedicated to our TOR Relay. 98.96% uptime over a year including downtime for upgrades and maintenance is something to brag about — even without the rewards of stickers, t-shirts and the like. More statistics about ibibUNC0 here.

Tor is one of the strongest tools for protecting privacy online. It’s used by millions of people worldwide to route around Internet censorship and browse the Web with anonymity. Whistleblowers, journalists, activists, and everyday people rely on Tor.

As a joint project of the University of North Carolina’s School of Information and Library Science and of the School of Media and Journalism, ibiblio is proud and glad to help contribute to the Tor network.

Special thanks to ibiblians Dayton Bobbitt and Cristóbal Palmer for their continuing work on ibiblio’s Tor contributions.

The Tor Challenge was a joint campaign of EFF, the Free Software Foundation, the Freedom of the Press Foundation, and the Tor Project.