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Re: About US$3 Million Spent per Second on Pornography in Indonesia

> This has nothing to do with Tor.

Tor, and more in general, the Internet as an authentic medium of knowledge
and communication, are certainly seen as an inconvenience by those who think
they can impose a new world order ... spare me to detail you why anonymity
is regarded as an annoyance in an authoritarian world. (In this sense goes
also the straw man strategy ... and kiss of death tentative of the cnet.com
article from the preceding posts: a simulated apprehension on something that
has been quickly surrendered already, or would be so--on fabricated arguments
by surplus!)

With recurrence we see attacks more or less feigned or resolute [be it even as
a--last resource--too problematic/dangerous service to deploy] against Tor.

One time it's: Tor as a heaven of the pedophiles; another time is: as a
present for the terrorists; and so on.

Like in the example of the Gestapo I have made time ago, here on the list, the
*legislators* of the new world order are trying to probe the terrain, to see
how people react and respond, how they resist disinformation, and are seeking
for the first chance to outlaw Tor. (Every time we analyze those pretexts and
charges--and you may be sure that they are monitoring us on that--we see that
their *arguments* do not hold logically.)

Better to let them know. Away--but beware that they have means--with the
thesis of the pornography branch in need of Tor [probably the opposite is even
true: m sectors of this *industry* expect and demand to harvest the lack of
anonymity of their customers]. Hence I disagree with your statement.

/Roy Lanek
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SSSSS . s l a c k w a r e  SSSSSS       as an egg on the tip of a horn
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