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Re: Is "gatereloaded" a Bad Exit?

I suppose the anarchist genes in me are not strong enough. I have to agree with Mike Perry's arguments, given his credibility, and his clearer perspective than most of the rest of us. If this BadExit policy is being made up ad-hoc, that's fine by me. If the offending Tor node operators want to stand up and defend themselves, or their choices, that's fine too.

Julie C.
GPG key FF4E2E70 available atÂhttp://keys.gnupg.net

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 9:44 AM, John Case <case@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Mon, 14 Feb 2011, morphium wrote:

Sure, dude. Since you've read everything that was said, I take it
you're volunteering to contact the other node operators and ask them
to give reasons for why they chose their exit policy?

So please BadExit all nodes without contact email, if they don't
explain why they chose the default exit policy, I think they should be

No, it goes further than that. ÂThe real motion here is to BadExit all nodes that aren't being used and deployed exactly like "I" deploy mine.

When the dust settles, could we get the official threat model, and the official end user profile and the official use case documented ? ÂAgain, for the lulz.

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