The ACM HotNets is one of the most prestigious workshops in the Systems area. This is an invite-only event attended by the top researchers in Networking Systems. Each year, about 25 position papers identifying a breakthrough research in Networking Systems are accepted to the venue through a rigorous peer-reviewed process. The C-Saw system, presented at this year's HotNets, strikes a balance between incentivizing end users to provide Internet censorship measurements and to benefit from the fast circumvention mechanism. This research is entirely done at LUMS with major contributions from two brilliant undergraduate students: Aqib Nisar and Aqsa Kashaf.