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I actually had to stopped using the  browser as it is not accessible for mac, at least under voiceover. When you launch it you hear tor has no windows. A command l does not hep and I could not see any menu bars. So although tor is getting better it has a long long way to go.

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> On Aug 18, 2016, at 7:07 PM, Roger Dingledine <arma@mit.edu> wrote:
> 
> On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 08:49:04PM -0400, myzeus@openmailbox.org wrote:
>> I feel like Tor has become increasingly user-friendly
>> and the Tor Browser Bundle is by far less 'intimidating' to perform
>> first time configuration than it was a few years ago.
> 
> Yay! Sign me up. There are many millions of people around the world
> who can benefit from the things that Tor Browser can do for them,
> but there's still a lot of work to be done.
> 
> In fact, wait a minute, I already wrote this text before. :) Here is the
> middle chunk of my blog post from last December 1st -- I still believe
> it all now, and I think it gives us some good ideas for a future roadmap
> of Tor's priorities.
> 
> "We have much more work ahead of us in the coming years. First and
> foremost, we care about our users and the usability of our tools. We
> want to accelerate user growth: The Tor network sees millions of users
> each day, but there are tens of millions more who are waiting for it to
> be just a little bit faster, more accessible, or easier to install. We
> want to get the word out that Tor is for everyone on the planet.
> 
> We also need to focus on outreach and education, and on helping our
> allies who focus on public policy to succeed. Tor is still the best
> system in the world against large adversaries like governments, but
> these days the attackers are vastly outspending the defenders across the
> board. So in addition to keeping Tor both strong and usable, we need to
> provide technical advice and support to groups like EFF and ACLU while
> they work to rein in the parts of our governments that have gone beyond
> the permissions and limits that our laws meant to give them.
> 
> From an organization and community angle, we need to improve our stability
> by continued work on transparency and communication, strengthening our
> leadership, choosing our priorities well, and becoming more agile and
> adapting to the most important issues as they arise.
> 
> Taller mountains await after these: We need to tackle the big open
> anonymity problems like correlation attacks, we need to help websites
> learn how to engage with users who care about privacy, and we need to
> demonstrate to governments around the world that we don't have to choose
> between security and privacy."
> 
> --Roger
> 
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