Roger Dingledine is a security and privacy researcher. While at MIT, he developed Free Haven, one of the early peer-to-peer systems that
emphasized resource management while retaining anonymity for its users. He consults for government and industry to design and develop systems for
anonymity and traffic analysis resistance. Recent work includes anonymous publishing and communication systems, traffic analysis resistance,
censorship resistance, attack resistance for decentralized networks, and reputation.
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