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is incredible news for digital rights and the freedom to use Tor in Russia.
This important outcome would not be possible without Roskomsvoboda's pro bono support, but the fight is not over,” the Tor Project told Motherboard in a statement. “We need those who can to donate to Roskomsvoboda so they can continue their legal work, and we need others to run Tor bridges so that all Russian users can circumvent ongoing censorship against Tor.”In March, Twitter launched a Tor onion service, meaning that Russian users should be able to use the Tor anonymity network to reach the site. Update: This piece has been updated to include a statement from Roskomsvoboda and to replace an earlier statement from the Tor Project with a more recent one.Subscribe to our cybersecurity podcast, CYBER. Subscribe to our new Twitch channel.