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[tor-talk] Neal Krawetz's abcission proposal, and Tor's reputation

Blog post refers:

Leaving aside the accusations of bias in the first part, what is the
view of the proposal to force hidden services to rotate addresses?

It appears to be philosophically anathema to Tor, and probably
unworkable since it makes no attempt to account for jurisdictional
differences. Still, I'd be interested to hear whether it provoked any
real debate within Tor, or whether similar proposals have been
considered in the past.

Separately, I'm personally curious about Tor's reputation. Sure, some
people paint it as a wretched hive of scum and villainy, but how
widespread is that view, and is it a concern to anyone involved with
the project? Has it been studied/researched at all?

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