Jun 292016
 June 29, 2016  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Lynne Tuohy reports:

A small library in New Hampshire sits at the forefront of global efforts to promote privacy and fight government surveillance — to the consternation of law enforcement.

The Kilton Public Library in Lebanon, a city of 13,000, last year became the nation’s first library to use Tor, software that masks the location and identity of internet users, in a pilot project initiated by the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Library Freedom Project. Users the world over can — and do — have their searches randomly routed through the library.

Read more on AP.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

  One Response to “Browse free or die? New Hampshire library is at privacy fore”

  1. This is a not such a bar idea …too bad more r not doing this. I hope the govt will not be on to them ..:)

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