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Re: questions of morality
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Aaron Cannon wrote:
| I am a little bit hesitant because I am
| not eager to facilitate someone's wrong doing. On the other hand, I
| would like to help those who would like anonymity online.
| So, I suppose, in the end, it comes down to the simple question: do the
| positive uses of TOR out-weigh the negative ones?
My response to these questions is always that speech is never wrong, and
only actions are. You can send kiddy porn over Tor, but Tor doesn't help
with the actual abuse. You can organize an attack over Tor, but you
can't attack people over it. Simply, Tor can't be used for any crime
except crimes of speech. It's up to you to decide whether or not those
are really crimes that you want to stop or not. I personally don't think so.
Side Note : Echo Nolan is the same person as Nick Nolan. I've changed my
name, verify the signature if you want.
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