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Re: What will happen to Tor after the new German data retention law takes effect?
I emailed them, hopefully somewhere there speaks English. I think we
have the data retention laws under control here, but I may eat my
words on that. Regardless, the situation in Germany is much more
urgent. I'll set up a mailing list for the campaign once we get off
the ground and we'll get a site going. Just off the bat, who here (in
Germany) is up for street protests?
Comrade Ringo Kamens
On 6/14/07, Smuggler <smuggler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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Ringo Kamens wrote:
> So are the people who vote on this elected representatives like we
> have in the US congress and senate or the UK house of commons?
Yes. More or less.
> campaigns look interesting, but I can't read German. I can coordinate
> an English campaign for the US/Intl though.
Contacting http://www.vorratsdatenspeicherung.de/ and offering them your
support will do a lot.
Another thing is that there are data retention plans in the USS as well
so you should probably also team up with the EFF.
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