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Sorry, but the bittorrent stuff (remember that fuckin japanese magazine that told japanese girls and boys to use tor for bittorrent, wasn' t that two years ago?) breaks tor. Not the big servers with 40 MB u/d or so but the smaller servers.
Yes Scott Benett i agree with you, use tor to connect to the childporn world. You are right for 100% :). I agree, it is up to the owners how they use their tor servers. You' re right for 100%.
To germerhausen and Bonetti: Please don' t use or-talk's email for your flameware. I don' t know about germerhausen, but you Bonetti use this list very frequently. You write this and that, but if somebody ask a real life question you don' t reply. If you are such a big king, please, reply to my email from 8 or 9 months ago and help friends in the Iran to use tor riskless. You find my or-talk mail via google. Thanks.
--- On Thu, 2/19/09, Olaf Selke <olaf.selke@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Olaf Selke <olaf.selke@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Bittorrent
> To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Thursday, February 19, 2009, 1:44 AM
> Germershausen wrote:
> > Become a tor developer and write
> > a module that helps to ban all bittorent traffic from
> the tor network.
> I'm strongly against equipping Tor with the ability to
> filter exit
> traffic based on the content. That's exactly what
> governments and
> Hollywood lobbyists nowadays are trying to enforce by law.
> Besides it's
> only the exit node operator's decision what kind of
> traffic is unwanted.
> At least I don't consider bittorrent protocol over Tor
> as unwanted
> traffic for my exit node. I'm not the Internet Gestapo!
> The only reason default filesharing protocol ports are
> denied in my exit
> policy is lacking cpu power to handle additional
> filesharing traffic.