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Re: [tor-talk] Illegal Activity As A Metric of Tor Security and Anonymity
On Sun, 29 Jun 2014 08:31:20 -0400
Roger Dingledine <arma@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 12:19:56PM +0100, Mark McCarron wrote:
> > Given the scale of this obviousness, I can only assume that you're a
> >sock puppet for an intelligence agency who has started to panic about
> >the network going truly dark.
> > Deal with it.
> Hi Mark,
> I've tried to tolerate the conspiracy theories / trolling here, since
> there are legitimate worries to be had about what attacks various
> adversaries may have come up with, even if the way you're expressing
> them isn't winning you many friends. But ad hominem attacks are not
> appropriate for this list, and they will get you removed from it if
Looks like my case has finally and completely been made
for me, by Roger.
You´ve been officially threatened by one of the ´leaders´ of the
´tor family´ for (unlike me) politely point out tor´s obvious
As a side note, I am suprised at the blatant contradicion
Roger : ¨I've tried to tolerate the conspiracy theories /
trolling here¨ <-- thats a 100% chemically pure ´ad hominem´
¨But ad hominem attacks are not appropriate for this list¨
I rest my case...though I´ll throw a bit more evidence in =P
¨Mick¨ wrote ¨Personally I shy away from feeding trolls.¨
<--name calling/ad hominen.
¨zeenan¨ wrote ¨I suggest you save some dignity and
demonstrate a genuine attempt to contribute meaningfully in any way.¨
That line ^^^^^^ looks pretty insulting to me.
And you also got an anonymous lunatic rant/attack from
antispam06@xxxxxxx (that was from a tor zealot who is really
pissed off, it seems)
> they persist.
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