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Re: Is tor the right choice?

I also think freenet would be best for this kind of project. You can probably find some people to help you set up a freesite on the freenet frost boards. For publishing banned files, the obvious choice is freenet due to its security and the fact that it was designed to do it.

On 11/15/06, WikiLeaks dot Org <wikileaks@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
We use something similar to freenet for the file store. Tor is only
one actor in the play. We've put a lot of thought into it how to make
it scalable and accessible and secure.

On 11/15/06, Watson Ladd <watsonbladd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> WikiLeaks dot Org wrote:
> > We seek volunteers to run tor gateway software on stable IPs with good
> > connectivity.
> >
> > The political and legal risks are probably small compared to that of a
> > full exit server. The bandwidth
> > requirements are smaller too, but we ask that all nodes have at least
> > 1mbps up/down to aid responsiveness.
> >
> > WikiLeaks.org is a wikimedia project for the large scale dispersal of
> > leaked documents.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Lucky
> >
> > ---
> > FF6B 1C07 CB9A E501 F579  2020 E50E 8F25 1101 5F80
> >
> Considering that you want to publish leaked documents, I would suspect
> that Freenet would be a better choice then a Tor hidden service.
> Sincerely,
> Watson Ladd
> --
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> Safety, deserve neither Liberty or Safety
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