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Re: [tor-talk] Website auto login <if anonimous>
>> On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 08:50:57PM +0200, || ΣΖΟ || wrote:
>>> A user visits a site wants to log in, but to have an account you are
>>> NOT anonymous anymore..
>> You can try http://www.bugmenot.com/
>> which shares accounts for sites that require registration.
well i had a good look and bugmenot.com kind of shows why bugmenot is
not the ideal solution
their slogan: "Find and share logins for websites that force you to register:"
And im looking for a way so that i can make a site that gives free
access but 'forces' to be anonymous.
Does this make any sense?
A site with a social function that forces a logon is demoting freedom
of speech. There should be a law against them?
Isn't freedom of speech a ground right?
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