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This paper explores, through empirical research, how values, engineering practices, and technological design decisions shape one another in the development of privacy technologies. We propose the concept of "privacy worlds" to explore the values and design practices of the engineers of one of the world's most notable (and contentious) privacy technologies: the Tor network. By following Tor's design and development we show a privacy world emerging—one centered on a construction of privacydoi:10.1177/01622439211039019 fatcat:4jc2t6c6s5be7kxqln23ycyzjq