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Daily Dashboard | Programmers Developing Privacy-Enhanced Skype Alternative Related reading: 702 hearing: Gavels swinging and questions lingering

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A group of programmers famous for frequenting such sites as 4Chan, Hacker News and Reddit are working on an open-source, security-focused replacement for Skype, PCWorld reports. Tox, as the project is called, is “yet another example of programmers uniting in the post-Snowden era to make easy-to-use tools with encryption and privacy considerations built in.” Tox uses encrypted peer-to-peer networking and eliminates the need for messages to travel through a central server, the report states, and users are given a Tox ID to allow for anonymity.
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