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Re: About US$3 Million Spent per Second on Pornography in Indonesia
(I put this reply in the wrong thread earlier. For this I apologize.)
Regardless of what most of the people on this list think, many people
use Tor to browse things that might be seen as controversial by
mainstream society. Pornography is one of those things, particularly
when it comes to unusual kinks or fetishes that they might not want
everyone to know they have.
I think Tor's about more than just freedom of speech. It's about
freedom to read and view what you wish, also. The intellectual value
of what's being viewed, or lack of it, has nothing to do with it.
On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 5:21 AM, Roy Lanek <lanek@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> And if they kindly express that fact, you become unpolite.
> Let's see. From:
>>> Do you like Tor because it lets people use the internet freely (to watch
>>> porn or instance)?
>>> Or, do you dislike tor because it lets people use the internet freely (to
>>> watch porn or instance)?