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Re: [tor-talk] Website auto login <if anonimous>

Change of plan:

I have taken a different approach now.  A frontage with a message
(please only use an anonymous web connection like Tor)

And i'm now looking for an anonymous account system that doesn't use
email addresses or any other personal data in the registration

So users eventually should write down their login / pass.

The good part is that this makes / keeps users aware of their privacy.

On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 4:36 AM, || ΣΖΟ || <manostienen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> <keb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> 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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