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Re: [tor-talk] Fwd: ANONdroid


In general, you are right.

JonDos has contracts/stronger ties with all operators. With Tor, because
anyone can run a relay, and there are thousands of them, it's harder to
lock down users. At the moment, the JonDos website lists (only) 5
countries and 11 operators.

I would very much fight against authorities trying to force me into
logging anything. There is no basis in German law for them to do so, and
I don't see what properties they could specify to me other than "retain
all connection data".

On 26.01.2012 09:14, Maxim Kammerer wrote:
> I read the replies and that page — guessed that “backdoor” is meant
> metaphorically, but thought that perhaps there was an additional
> technical aspect. What's written there is quite obvious — law
> enforcement can serve anyone in its jurisdiction a surveillance order.
> The IPs of Tor relays are known, so the owners of the relays in
> question can be served with an order just the same. I don't see the
> principal difference.

Moritz Bartl

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