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Re: [tor-talk] (Slur.io) running over Tor



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Hi,

To me it looks like a fund raising website as they ask for donation
and have a fixed amount they want to reach in a month, however there
is no explanation about how exactly will the system work, something
like a whitepaper or protocol description from 1000 feet. It just says
very few things about arbitrage and public key cryptography as well
that it'll run over Tor.

This _could_ be a scam, so caution. Maybe the only interest here is
fund raising, and since you donate the money anonymously via bitcoin
only, and you don't know who you are giving to (nothing like a legal
entity or legal registered non-profit, company, individual or group of
individuals) you have no control, guarantee or transparency in
regarding what happens to the cash.


On 12/25/2014 4:08 PM, I wrote:
> I seem to remember Wikileaks or somesuch asking if people wanted to
> cover the cost of certain exposes in advance. They, whoever, more
> or less proposed the same model meaning the protection, analysis
> and anonymous publication would be underwritten before rather than
> donations be sought afterwards to keep the system afloat to ensure
> its sustainability.
> 
> There was no mention of selling as a commodity bravely leaked
> information.
> 
> Rob
> 
> 
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