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Re: [tor-talk] Illegal Activity As A Metric of Tor Security and Anonymity
On 6/30/14, Mark McCarron <mark.mccarron@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Tor appears to be...
Mark, you may be right;
but you have provided NO THING to enable me to
verify ANY THING that you have said in THIS thread!
> no one makes any moves to correct the situation
So Mark, make a move already!!
Your finger pointing IS offensive!!
It's been said a few times now Mr McCarron - show us your code,
show us a paper, or draft, or at least give us something substantial
to talk about.
This is the do-ocracy. Competant finger-pointers are occasionally
useful, but it ought be obvious by now that you could have done
a better job at "wolf/canary-dead alert" flag raising.
FWIW, I agree with your premise that illegal dark-sites make a
good litmus/canary test for the health of Tor.
That's a new concept for me. Thank you for sharing it with us.
But Mark, time to step on up and show us how it ought be coded.
Lead the way to a better world! If you're right, and in any way
competant, you will surely be thanked by many.
> That pretty much tells everyone what they needed to know about Tor and its
THAT is the kind of talk (without ANY positive action on your part)
that keeps getting YOU in trouble in this thread.
I recommend you start assuming good faith, show your true mettle,
and stop blaming those that doing something.
Something, is a DAMN sight more than your finger pointing.
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