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Re: [tor-talk] Clarification of Tor's involvement with DARPA's Memex
On 4/25/15, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Roger Dingledine:
>> And to be clear, I think this is a great trend: we need to make onion
>> services easier to understand and more accessible (and faster and more
>> robust) for ordinary people, or we'll remain stuck with all the metaphors
>> that include the word 'dark'.
> Realizing that there are many different considerations of which I'm
> not aware, (also that this is a feature request of sorts, so please do
> point me in the right direction here) I for one would really like to
> see TBB automatically translate (for example) "3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion"
> into the human readable "DuckDuckGo," perhaps in a similar manner as
> with EV SSL cert's, though perhaps only for location-known and
> the-content-is-legal-everywhere onion services.
> Perhaps some sort of opt-in procedure would be reasonable for those
> high-security-yet-not-location-anonymous onion services who really
> would rather be more easily identified? That would save the users'
> time of verifying their .onion URL's at least (plus, it could possibly
> decrease any phishing / link-jacking opportunities as well).
You can run that now.
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