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Roger Dingledine

Roger Dingledine is the president, director, and co-founder of The Tor Project.

He studied at MIT, where he obtained a BSc in Computer Science, a BSc in Mathematics and an MEng in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. He is project leader for both the Simple End-User Linux projects (seul.org) and the Free Haven projects (freehaven.net). Currently he works as the security philosopher for Reputation Technologies.

His research on identity in dynamic networks ties together his interests in security and scalable secure systems, anonymity and privacy, cryptography and unobservability, civil liberties and human rights, and free software advocacy.


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