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Re: [tor-talk] Clarification of Tor's involvement with DARPA's Memex
I think the correlation between wanking and war is only a confounding
variable to the amount of easily obtainable sexual gratification and
That being said,
I have been working on solar powered tor servers that run project
maelstrom, with public tor2web instances in azure.
But I dislike the current management sooo much, that I really dont feel
like even releasing it, and waiting to build on project maelstrom mixed
with maidsafe instead.
On Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 10:24 AM, Allen <email@example.com> wrote:
> More wanking = fewer wars, so that is a need, IMO, along with food, water,
> shelter and medical care.
> Beyond that, define "need". Privacy and freedom from government and
> corporate surveillance are fundamental rights, IMO. Keeping your internet
> activity private from your ISP and the world-at-large is a perfectly valid
> use of Tor. You can't expect someone else to keep private what you are not
> willing to keep private yourself.
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> [TRIGGER WARNING]
> Outgoing traffic stats from Tor exit nodes. Almost all traffic of Chinese
> speaking Tor users is average adult porn, which is banned in China. You can
> tell it's from China because the sites are aimed to Hong Kong residents.
> "Chinese people use Tor because they are supressed in their free speech and
> really want to post on the internet how bad China is" is a lie, almost all
> of them just want to wank.
> Tell me one hidden service which needs anonymity, has more than 100 users
> and is not a drug market place or furry porn community for computer science
> Don't get me wrong, Tor is a beautiful and necessary tool for people to
> ignore their goverments regulation on what to put in their bodies and what
> to watch, but it really isn't what the liberal hivemind wants to believe.
> The idea of Tor is in no way compatible with govermental regulation, every
> cooperation with LE will be a nail in Tor's coffin.
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