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Re: Security Focus story

On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 08:37:58AM +0100, Alexander W. Janssen wrote:

> If TOR would legally qualify as an ISP, we're in deep trouble.

We don't provide access to the Internet, and we're not charging
for it. Last time I looked the data retention laws also allowed
a loophole for very small providers.

> Keyword: the upcoming data-retention laws in Europe.

Even if you ran a Tor node with logging, and you gave
BKA a slice for the time window they ask you for, that
would be quite useless. 

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