On 1/30/2013 6:08 PM, Andrew Lewman wrote: > PIR-Tor is another idea, not quite DHT, not quite the current model, > http://www.usenix.org/events/sec11/tech/full_papers/Mittal.pdf Hmm. I don't think a DHT is strictly-speaking what I'd recommend, but if a bunch of men with guns arrested the administrators of the directory authorities and demanding their private keys, I doubt that those administrators could really limit the scope of damage. Tor is not a toy, real people use it for real citizenship. ... After reading about PIR-Tor, I am not amused and not pleased. I'm sure you guys would not care if I left, and you probably wouldn't care if those I know also left Tor, but if you guys do not take this matter seriously, Tor will become irrelevant.
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