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Re: [tor-talk] Giving Hidden Services some love



I think the claim is that by default people want to be anonymous, but
also be able to (voluntarily) prove their identity.  If someone wants
to do that, who am I to judge their anonymity goals?  We can argue
that this is too impractical to accomplish, but if it's not a huge
amount of effort, the more diverse the users on Tor the better.

-V

On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 1:14 AM, grarpamp <grarpamp@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 2:28 AM, Peter Presland <peter@wikispooks.org> wrote:
>> services. The case cited is one where both parties require anonymity,
>> the most widely known examples being the 'illegal markets', but there
>> are at least two other cases:
>
> If you've ever used a chan, published things like torchat addresses,
> joined HS irc, or held various accounts in onionland, you'd
> find random anons engaging you and striking up uninhibited
> conversations covering all sorts of subjects. These would
> otherwise not occur if both parties were not anonymous.
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