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[tor-talk] Innocent Seattle Exit Operators And Privacy Advocates Raided - Tor was run out of home - on 2nd thought

Hi Tor Talkers,

concerning again that passage:
Bultmann and Robinson run a Tor exit node out of their home

i thought "run out of" is like run out of school what means for me "doing everything except school activity", but now there are some quotes from the activists which reads the opposite, they installed the exit node within their home and the fbi raided that place. a hint: just in case a fbi agent doesn't leave you while you want to change clothing not to wait freezing in the cold morning outside your home untill their search inside is done. you can put clothes on top of your pyjamas and you must not be nude in front of that officer in your home. if you run a Tor exit node at home you will remember that unless you want it. hmmm

Is that already a trigger for bad pranks or halloween surprisenings like a guidance to that joke (in short):

Dear Papa, Don't dig up that garden. That's where the bodies are buried. Love, Vinnie
At 4 a.m. the next morning, FBI agents and local police arrived and dug up the entire area without finding any bodies.

Do you really just have to leave a low cost tiny wlan Tor exit node every now and then for a fbi surprise in the morning? And make the "april fools day call" at lunch time while your pranked friend is not yet fully recovered. Or in case the mucked person awaits a stripper in official clothings every morning.

Or do we have to read that raid article in combination with the notice 
"Tor and child pornography" from e347c518 at ghostmail.com?

all germans must praise the lord that all those disappear from the normal internet and gathered in the *.onion "heaven". you have to know that no german citizen is allowed to have a single byte of childporn in the device's RAM. it is totally forbidden to possess a digit from that kind of stuff even when you never ever have seen that (on the display while browsing). a single pic (e. g. 1MB) would suffocate the drive (e. g. 1TB), your live. so it is good you can't reach that *.onion haven without Tor. that is good news for germans to stay away from long term jail as some already got click baited while they wanted to do online banking or go to their favorite online game.

and another glimpse to that words
> and research has shown a lot of hidden services use is related to these sites.

that "research" is a point to emphasis. i wonder how many good investigators in relation to bad visitors got trapped in that fbi server cp-honeypot. even the EU payed/pays NGOs to look for such sites to uptodate a family filter; not to mention that they got very angry when they noticed that those exploit(ed) the filter and make a low cost yellow page out of it.

assuming all those pages are now in *.onion then all those investigators from all over the world are there, too, even those who got payed by EU to make family filters. if those investigators from the global internet are all unorganized (anonymous via Tor) everyone of them wants the other one jailed (honeypots and surfer likewise). they have to think all others must be the bad visitor. to assure the evidence from each other they have to make traffic, lots of traffic. and it is not that astonishing that the left hand don't know what the right hand does even when they are not that anonymous:

"The fighting has intensified over the last two months, as CIA-armed units and Pentagon-armed ones have repeatedly shot at each other while maneuvering through contested territory on the northern outskirts of Aleppo, U.S. officials and rebel leaders have confirmed."

oh and there is one more thing. the dot on the i, the cherry on the cake. every nation has that "problem"- really besides the persons who choose their job while it is what they like to do most (you don't choose car mechanic while you want to touch and grope people in a row all time long you choose TSA "screener" or "good investigator") -, well besides that it is that problem you have with intels:

"All das machen, was man schon immer machen wollte": Der Verfassungsschutz wirbt auf ungewöhnliche Weise um neues Personal. Wer für ihn arbeite, dürfe "straflos" Telefongespräche belauschen, sagt Präsident Maaßen.

2015 the federal office for the protection of the constitution in germany is desperatly searching for employees with the slogan: "you can do whatever you want without consequences" even listen to phone calls.  in 2014 no one was answering that call although you could have earned 2.900 euros monthly:

Bis zu 2900 Euro brutto zahlt der Verfassungsschutz für Nachwuchskräfte. Dienstort ist Köln-Chorweiler, was früher einmal eine sozialdemokratische Mustersiedlung war, heute aber eher ein Standort jener Leute, die der Verfassungsschutz auch im Blick hat. Das klingt nach einem soliden Bewerbungsprofil. Offenbar gab es aber keine Interessenten auf die Stellenanzeigen. 

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