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

On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 11:12 PM, Roy Lanek <lanek@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> 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!)

Looking at the archives of this list on seul.org, it says:

The or-talk mailing list is for all discussion about theory, design,
and development of Onion Routing. For more general discussion about
anonymity theory, including design and analysis not intended to affect
Onion Routing per se, please consult the nymip research group and its
mailing lists. For background on Onion Routing and related work
consult the old site and our anonymity bibliography.

It would seem to me that this is a more general discussion about
anonymity theory (and more general, the Internet as an authentic

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Work like you don't need the money,
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