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Re: [tor-talk] Tor Summer of Privacy



On Mon, 6 Apr 2015 12:51:31 +1000
Zenaan Harkness <zen@freedbms.net> wrote:

> 
> - full decentralization model for TOR


	I doubt that's something the US military is going to favor. I'm
	guessing that having a bunch of 'directory authorities' under
	their full control was one of the basic design requirements.


	On a somewhat related note, has google or any other big and 
	corrupt american organization pretending to care about 'freedom'
	ever published some kind of study or 'paper' shedding light on
	what % of 'the net' is under surveillance (and to what extent)?
	I mean, google must know something about that kind of
	'infrastructure' eh?

	That would be a somewhat interesting read instead of the usual
	self-congratulating propaganda. It would be interesting to see
	how far the american cancer has spread. 


		

> - seamless and sane integration with I2P
> - new-user documentation strong points
> - modular get-off-TOR-forever migration plan for Juan
> 
> ... or like, whatever :D

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