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Tiny Anonabox to offer online anonymity through Tor

Lucas Mearian | Oct. 14, 2014
The device is an open-source, plug-and-play wireless router.

Businesses such as hotels and coffee shops might also consider the Anonabox as a way to ensure customer data is protected as people use free Wi-Fi services.

It "protects your privacy from unscrupulous marketers and identity thieves and protects communications from irresponsible corporations," the video states.

The promo even suggests that journalists can use the encrypted connection to gain access to the Internet in "places where the web is being censored in order to get the story out."


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