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Re: [tor-talk] Fighting human trafficking (on Tor and elsewhere) with Python

I wouldn't go quite that far, but scanning over I can see a few strange comments in the notes

> No metrics on the amount of pedophilia that actually happens Tor - probably a lot
In POST's report to the UK Government they mentioned (I presume based on metrics) that most didn't use Tor because they found it too slow. I'm not in a position to know for sure, but my suspicion is that it's actually far more prevalent on the clearnet. 

> Google can't scrape the deep web
Google scrapes far more of the deep web than some realise - if you can view a HS through tor2web there's a reasonable chance that Google has crawled it. All it takes is a single link (whether to a HS that links to your HS, or a direct link).

Most of the other points are things that seem to have been rehashed over and over - can't we protect legitimate users whilst defending against illegitimate ones? etc.

On Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 6:27 PM, aka <akademiker1@googlemail.com> wrote:
Self-promotion for SJW hipster podcaster who can't program shit and uses
>Muh feels
>Anonymity is bad
>Tor is only child porn
>We need to regulate anonymity

fuck off shill

Chris Patti wrote:
> Folks we just did an interview with Eric Schles of the Manhattan DA's
> office who wrote a bunch of interesting software to help hunt down
> human trafficking.
> The reason I re-post it here is that it has a bunch of interesting
> discussion around Tor - Eric would like to find a way, without
> diminnishing the usefulness of the system and the service it provides,
> to help root out and possibly ostricize pedo / sexual exploitation
> sites.
> http://podcastinit.com/episode-12-eric-schles-on-fighting-human-trafficking-with-python.html
> -Chris
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