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Anonymous Blogging guide now available in Chinese

如何使用WordPress与Tor进行匿名博客

Thanks to one very gracious individual who unfortunately insists on remaining anonymous, Global Voices Online co-founder Ethan Zuckerman‘s guide Anonymous Blogging with WordPress and Tor is now available in Chinese, bringing years of experience in combining technology with activism not only to yet another part of the world but also, at just under 5MB, in a handy package designed specifically to be shared.



Coming later this month will be the translation of Blog for a Cause!, the Global Voices Guide of Blog Advocacy, a perfect next step for those soon to be—and those who already are—equipped with the basics of what it takes to keep safe while doing certain kinds of work online. As with Anonymous Blogging, Adobe Acrobat Reader might be needed to view it and can be downloaded for free here.

And back to Ethan for the last word:

If you don’t really need to be anonymous, don’t be. If your name is associated with your words, people are likely to take your words seriously. But some people are going to need to be anonymous, and that’s why this guide exists. Just please don’t use these techniques unless you really need to.

Please certainly do feel free to help build this project by translating either Blog for a Cause! or Anonymous Blogging into your own language.

For further information please contact me at: chinese [ at ]globalvoicesonline[ dot ] org, or Global Voices Advocacy Coordinator Sami Ben Gharbia at: advocacy [ at ] globalvoicesonline [ dot ] org

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  • [...] abbiejoice wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptThanks to one very gracious individual who unfortunately insists on remaining anonymous, Global Voices Online co-founder Ethan Zuckerman’s guide Anonymous Blogging with WordPress and Tor is now available in Chinese, bringing years of … [...]

  • [...] shizhao 写道 “全球之声在线(Global Voices)的创始人之一埃森·朱克曼所写的《如何使用WordPress与Tor进行匿名博客》,现在有了中文版。文章详细介绍了如何在网络上以匿名身份发表文章而不会被追踪到你的IP的方法。 作者推荐使用Firefox或XeroBank,通过Torbutton与TOR相结合(其实我更喜欢FoxyProxy),以保证自己的IP不被侦查到。并介绍了如何使用tor注册安全的webmail服务,并在Wordpress上发表博客的技巧,以及如何销毁你在网络上的行踪。 文章中的一些小技巧很管用:例如发表文章时推迟发布的时间;推荐更多的人使用tor,以便形成“覆盖流量(cover traffic)”,从而无法追查。 总之,“Tor就像是 ** ”。当然作者也说,“并不能保证我所说的这些方法能在全部情况下都适用,包括你所处的环境在内。”” [...]

  • [...] anonymous translator has provided a Chinese version of Global Voices Online co-founder's Ethan Zuckerman's guide Anonymous Blo…, which may be disseminated by word of mouth to citizens who are also looking to get news via an [...]

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  • [...] over Skype, then sometimes sent them out over e-mail as .mp3 attachments. Clearly there were things he could have done better, but shortly after his arrest we saw the formation of a Netizen Party, with clearly stated [...]

  • [...] over Skype, then sometimes sent them out over e-mail as .mp3 attachments. Clearly there were things he could have done better, but shortly after his arrest we saw the formation of a Netizen Party, with clearly stated [...]

  • over Skype, then sometimes sent them out over e-mail as .mp3 attachments. Clearly there were things he could have done better, but shortly after his arrest we saw the formation of a Netizen Party, with clearly stated

  • N87

    If you don’t really need to be anonymous, don’t be. If your name is associated with your words, people are likely to take your words seriously. But some people are going to need to be anonymous, and that’s why this guide exists. Just please don’t use these techniques unless you really need to.

  • [...] months too late, but thanks to the same gracious individual who translated GVA’s Anonymous Blogging guide, we are now able to present you with the Chinese version of Blog for a Cause!: The Global [...]

  • [...] poco menos de 5 MB. Después de nueve meses de trabajo y de la contribución de una persona que, lamentablemente, insiste en permanecer en el anónimato. Este manual será, sin duda, de gran utilidad para todos los bloggers chinos que luchan por [...]

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