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

On 06/30/2014 12:29 AM, grarpamp wrote:
>> McMark wrote:
>> I have been examining the number of what would normally be deemed as illegal sites sites on Tor.
> Even though I take certain issues with it, particularly the call to cease
> development of anonymity platforms, a more formal examination is here:
> âA Review of the Available Content on Tor Hidden Services: The Case
> Against Further Development,â
> Computers in Human Behavior, no. 29 (6):2805-2815, 2013. Clement Guitton.
> http://bayfiles.net/file/1gSsw/myJCs7/tor_hs_content-guitton.pdf

Guitton states:

"The advantages of anonymity to store and access this ethical content do
not balance the negative impacts caused by the unethical content.
Freedom of expression and the lack of censorship, if theoretically
praiseworthy, are overshadowed by what users have done with it: using
Tor hidden services in unethical ways."

Who gets to define "ethical"?
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