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Re: [tor-talk] Wikileaks II running over Tor

Thanks for pointing this out. I feel like this project is not what
people are discussing it as. From what I read on their site, this seems
to be tailored (albeit perhaps unintentionally) to cybercrime and doxxing.

On 12/25/2014 04:35 AM, Fabio Pietrosanti (naif) - lists wrote:
> On 12/25/14 2:47 AM, I wrote:
>> http://slur.io/ 
>> Something to mull
> I am very disappointed that the world is moving forward in organized way
> for:
> - blackmailing people with information (see CryptoWall)
> - blackmailing corporation with information (see SonyHack)
> - economic trading of information (see this slur things, that can become
> a pre-requisite for blackmailing)
> That's not the world i love.
> Also w.t.r. to Whistleblowing, it's a powerful tool to be used for
> public interests purposes && with a motivation moving the whistleblower
> to be related to good ethical community values, not for private economic
> gain.
> Btw Happy Birthday Jesus...or like more politically-correct people like
> to say "Happy Holidays!"

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