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Re: [tor-talk] evidence that Tor isn't "amoral"?



Good point - let me rephrase:

I believe I've seen Roger and Jacob refute such claims that Tor
traffic is all illegal activities, and I believe I've read posts in
support of that.  Unfortunately, I'm having trouble finding the
appropriate links at the moment.

I'd like to be able to say: the majority of Tor usage is positive for
humanity and here's why...

thanks,
drew

On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 2:38 PM, Tom van der Woerdt <info@tvdw.eu> wrote:
> Drew Fustini schreef op 10/07/15 om 21:35:
>
>> Greetings - I am a Tor Browser user and also an operator of a couple
>> Tor relays.  I believe the Tor Project has a noble mission.
>>
>> An online friend recently claimed to me that "amoral content is a huge
>> portion of the exit node traffic".  I believe by "amoral" he meant
>> sexual exploitation.  The conversation was sparked by my complaint
>> that the new show "Mr. Robot" couldn't resist introducing Tor in the
>> same breath as child porn.
>>
>> I don't believe that the majority of Tor traffic is "amoral", but I
>> would like to find data to support my belief.  Anyone know of such
>> research or statistics?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> Drew
>> https://keybase.io/pdp7
>>
>
> Doing such research, where one would be snooping on Tor users' traffic and
> most likely without their consent, would be "amoral".
>
> Tom
>
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