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Re: [tor-talk] actions taken against bad nodes



 

TOR operators are voluntarily offering bandwidth for transit, and users
are voluntarily using that transit for free with no contract of any
sort. 

I'm curious under what laws and in which jurisdictions would someone be
able to prosecute an exit operator for altering traffic that they're
essentially transiting with no guarantee of fitness. 

On 2015-11-05 13:09, Lucas Teixeira wrote: 

>>> I realize that a good portion of those nodes are located on judicially 
> 
>>> hard places, but I also wonder if in some jurisdictions it would be 
> 
>>> possible to prosecute the owners of these nodes.

 
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