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Re: [tor-talk] Illegal Activity As A Metric of Tor Security and Anonymity

Well, I think this is settling down into a proper discussion.  Whilst the hypothesis is untested, leveraging illegal activity, especially reviled illegal activity, as a metric for the quality of anonymity and security provided by Tor is a sound strategy.

As mentioned before, the 'canary' is dead and we need to understand why.  Given that this is a global phenomenon, then we need to examine the factors that effect this group.  The primary factor would be the software itself.  A secondary factor would be the law, but this is not a consistent factor across the world.

What other consistent factors are there?


Mark McCarron
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