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Re: [tor-talk] Meeting Snowden in Princeton
How does Ed Snowden not getting caught, have to do with Tor being immune
from flaws, by that logic I have a tiger repelling rock to sell you (money
The argument being made by some, is that Ed Snowden was a pawn in a turf
war between NSA / FBI, by the way he calls himself a patriot, and limited
disclosure to save US interests.
While it's guilt by association, what many dislike is that he has aligned
himself with tor and EFF, who seem to be also getting more comfortable with
government and censorship themselves.
On Sat, May 2, 2015 at 8:14 PM, Mirimir <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just saw this posted by coderman on <email@example.com>:
> I won't quote much, but I can't resist sharing this: "And it’s a matter
> of record that Ed [Snowden] trusted his life to Tor, because he saw from
> the other side that it worked."
> I wonder what the haters say to that. Actually, I know: "He's a double
> agent, and it's all a con." Amirite?
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