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Re: [tor-talk] FBI cracked Tor security
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On 07/25/2016 07:31 PM, Tempest wrote:
> Jonathan Wilkes:
>> And here we have a respondent who does a complete 180 on the
>> constraints. Claiming that "mum" just needs to "invest the time"
>> is to do exactly the opposite of what Haroon was implying. Now
>> it's not the software that should change, but "mum's"
> it's neither. it's the reality of the current situation. operating
> an automobile is a simple example. one can drive based on what's
> there. or one can learn best practices first. saying "it should be
> easier" doesn't change the fact that i isn't, nor the fact that one
> can learn to do it well.
Continuing this example, consider how Tor Project promotes Tor
browser. Look at the front page. Imagine if Tesla were promoting
Autopilot as irresponsibly, without clear warnings about limitations.
There would be outrage, no? Why not about Tor? Why do trusting users
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