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Re: [tor-talk] Is Tor a VPN or ISP?

On Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 1:31 AM, Jeremy Rand <biolizard89@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Look for 41.25 and 41.26

The location holding entity of 25 is the entry guard,
which itself can't be located. And the notice reciever of 26
can't forward or retain regarding that which is unknown
to him. It falls apart under any location hidden anonymous
darknet. (A blanket notice to EGs might work but many
things need would tested before that, including juristiction.)
This law wasn't written for darknets and would be very
hard and expensive for it to even begin to work there.

Further generally, if filesharers would move all their activities onto
the location hidden anonymous darknets a) all their problems
go away, or b) darknets get another test case. Since b) is coming
anyways, they might as well call darknets home (because clearnet
is obviously not ideal place for them).
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