I think the point was that you've come onto the Tor mailing list and essentially asked for dirt without asking about the other side of the coin. I took it to mean that you think you've already got a good idea of what the 'good' uses might be, but it does come across as something of a loaded question - especially as it's not impossible that there may be some 'good' uses that you've not thought of.
I'm suppose to write about ethical, social, legal and professional
issues raised by my topic - which is Tor - based off of UK legislation
and standards in Information Systems.
On 04/06/2015 10:46 PM, W. Greenhouse wrote:
> email@example.com writes:
>> I'm writing about Tor for my Ethics module. Do you guys mind if you tell
>> me some malicious uses with Tor? Anything will be of great help. Yeah I
>> already know of the basic or common use cases. :)
> It does not sound like this course is being run with a great deal of
> empiricism and impartiality if the instructor is only interested in
> "malicious" uses of Tor.
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