=== Introduction ===
One of the core intentions of Wikimedia projects is to make information
freely available to everyone.
You can access free to charge the websites of the WMF-projects, you can
download a database dump. There are efforts to get access to Wikipedia
on mobile devices without data charges.
But some people have to use an internet connection that is censored 
or are just not comfortable with the idea that others way be monitoring
there internet activity’s.
There are software solutions to access websites with high anonymity and
that are difficult to block access to. I think about TOR  and I2P
. Tor has a larger userbase then I2P but the second is especially
designed to host services inside I2P while Tor is a proxy-system to
clearnet that supports also hidden services.
Both systems support anonymous web hosting. If you can get TOR of I2P to
work you can access the hidden websites available on that network.
But off course you can only access websites that exist on that network.
End of 2014 Facebook made there website accessible on the TOR-system
 . That is so far I know the only big name.
Encyclopedia Dramatica, using MediWiki, is also on TOR .
=== The idea ===
Making the projects available on TOR and I2P as a hidden website. I see
only positive aspects by doing it.
# people who have censure on there internet have more change to get
access to the information
# people who care about privacy can use it
# WMF has the hardware and the people to get it up at a marginal cost
# great public-relations move! This will get positive press coverage
# some people are against TOR/I2P because it is a freehaven for
pedophiles. Getting the WMF-projects on these networks could provide an
important example of other use of these systems.
# it would support to the cause of free access to information and
important for the people working on the TOR/I2P software if a big name
as the WMF-projects would join-up
=== External links ===
 https://encyclopediadramatica.se/ED:TOR (hidden service is
currently offline but will be back soon)
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