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Anonymizing Proxies on the Campus Network (AProxy)

Anonymizing Proxies on the Campus Network (AProxy) examines legal and policy implications, including possible additional statements, guidelines or policies, regarding the use of anonymizing proxies or anonymous proxy servers, (for example Tor).

Completed 1/21/2010. No further action required.

Meeting Schedule

Policy Stakeholders

Documents

 

Recent documents:

Background documents:

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http://www.torproject.org
IT Policy Process

To comment on draft documents or any other aspect of IT policy, please add your comments at the bottom of the page in question, or send email to policy@cio.wisc.edu. Comments are welcome on any document at any time.

 

Status

Current Questions

Current Process Step

History

Date

Activity

01/21/11

Completed. No further action required.

01/20/11

Meeting.

01/11/11

Added background presentation and discussion to the agenda of the February 3rd IT policy forum.

01/10/11

Meeting. What is Tor? Examined the basic legal and policy issues. Tentative recommendations.

2010-12...

Preliminary discussions. Conclusion: Use of Tor or running Tor servers on the campus network could be problematic. Issues need to be explored further.

11/23/10

HD Infra case 184666 from user inquiring whether or not it is OK to run a Tor exit node on the campus network.

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