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Daily Dashboard | Open-Sourced Router Privacy Project Unveiled Related reading: On the pitfalls of reputation economics

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Embedded systems design company Redfish Group has launched an open-sourced router project to help protect online privacy, ZDNet reports. Called ORP1, the project aims to protect the privacy of users across all their devices located within their homes. ORP1 is set to feature a user-friendly interface with an OPSec virtual privacy network and Tor server, the report states. Redfish Managing Director Justin Clacherty said, “I've really wanted to get an open networking platform out there for a while now, and we just felt that a router was the way to go, especially with all the NSA revelations and people's worrying about the different U.S. tech companies providing equipment to us, which may have backdoors.”
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