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Re: [tor-talk] helping write Tor user stories
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similar to what you are doing, the website team gathered some
"Personas" on this page:
They are functionally similar to what you are doing, and I think both
lists can benefit from each other.
On 18.02.2014 15:27, Nathan Freitas wrote:
> Hello from the Tor dev meeting. I'm working on trying to help come
> up with some better narrative around the types of features,
> functions and actions a user of Tor-based software might want. The
> goal is to get beyond "anonymity" or "better privacy" as an answer
> to what Tor does.
> This will also help shape feature decisions in apps like Tor
> Browser and Orbot, as well as influence long range roadmap type
> thinking and discussion.
> If you have a Tor trac account, please contribute the log of user
> stories here:
> or just reply to this email with some of your own, that I can
> A few examples....
> A blogger in Uganda wants to document and publish local personal
> stories related to the fight against anti-homosexuality
> legislation, but is worried about being persecuted, or having the
> subjects of their posts persecuted.
> A journalists wants to communicate with a source using a
> chat/instant messaging on a web or mobile device without exposing
> that they are talking to the source, or having anyone log that they
> were talking.
> A student at a high school is searching for information on this
> history of abortion law for a paper, but the schools internet
> filters block all access based on the keyword "abortion".
> A researcher faces opportunistic and targeted attacks from
> compromised upstream service provider when using plain-text or
> privacy compromising protocols.
> A parent faces intermittent local WiFi active threats
> (DNSspoof,SSLstrip,*MitM,...) in the community. Children's older
> devices especially vulnerable.
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