> > Det. Wheeler : Let's start by tracing the server they used to upload the > > videos > > > > Ira: I tried that butâ It was routed through special proxies, erâTor > > server. > > > > Capt. Ross: In English Ira. > > > > Ira: It's a way of posting anonymously online. > > > > Capt. Ross: Why would a teenage vlogger hide her server? > > If anyone wants to hear what it actually sounded like, I've uploaded the > clip. Unfortunately, it's a rather odd file... XviD inside a QuickTime > wrapper. mplayer and VLC both play it correctly: > > http://web.mit.edu/quentin/Public/lawandorder-tor.mov Sweet. The video seems to be available, and well seeded, at local friendly p2p services too. http://isohunt.com/torrents/?ihq=law+order+Criminal+Intent+S06E10 The entire episode is mostly Hollywood Propaganda mixed with mindcontrol which sets the pretext for the Police to threaten people and basically do what ever they want in a nazi-germany Police State fashion, the plot is ridicilous and the only thing worth viewing is those few seconds where Tor is mentioned..
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