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+ - As domestic abuse goes digital, shelters turn to counter-surveillance with Tor->

An anonymous reader writes: Almost every modern abusive relationship has a digital component, from cyberstalking to hacking phones, emails, and social media accounts, but women's shelters increasingly have found themselves on the defensive, ill-equipped to manage and protect their clients from increasingly sophisticated threats. Recently the Tor Project stepped in to help change that.
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As domestic abuse goes digital, shelters turn to counter-surveillance with Tor

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