On Monday 10 March 2014 19:37:25 grarpamp wrote: > > http://cryptome.org/2013/09/tor-analysis-hidden-services.pdf > > Do you seriously think that reporters, aid workers, freedom > fighters, investigators, whistleblowers, and simple chatfriends, > etc are going to publish their onions for all to see, with all their > data and logs and so on as some kind of stage show for you? > The answere to that is no. They have better good and private > things to do that do not concern you until it hits the AP wire. > > So of course all you're goin to see on the public onions > are a bunch of channers, criminals, crazy loons and a > growing scattering of real projects and clearnet multihomes. > > Unlike clearnet, any statistic over the onions you can see is > simply not going to be representative of the whole of onionspace, > quite a bit of which you cannot see. If I understand you correctly, you basically state that their data does not match the underlying set. Can you elaborate on why you think this is the case? As far as I understood, they used public *and* private onions. But I am not that match into hidden services, so I may be wrong. Best, Robert
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