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> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Gesendet: 10.11.07 06:38:52
> An: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Betreff: Re: 20090101
> Am Freitag, 9. November 2007 schrieb Eugen Leitl:
> > On Fri, Nov 09, 2007 at 07:42:46PM +0100, Valen MacLeod wrote:
> > > Heisst das jetzt, dass ich das protokollieren muss, wenn ich
> > > einen TORserver betreiben will?
> > Not yet. A lot of things can and will change until 1. January 2009,
> > and I would definitely look for an official legal interpretation
> > before you pick between your three choices of what to do (or not to
> > do).
> > What are the most friendly jurisdications for anonymizing services?
> > I was thinking about Russia, but it's probably not cheap to rent
> > a server there. Any russian Tor operators here?
> The Germans on this list can participate in a Verfassungsbeschwerde
> (constitutional complaint?) here:
> Dr. Martin Senftleben, Ph.D. (S.V.U.)
Several weeks ago i registered a Tor exit node (123Tor). I thought
it's a good thing for privacy. After reading the mailing lists I was really
extremely shocked about the arrested Tor-Server admins and
The result was I'm shutting down my exit-node immediately.
After that I'm assume that Tor is needed in the free world,
so i set up a new node (arachne) on a debian linux box as
Living in Germany can be very hard. First the Hackerparagraph and
now the Vorratsdatenspeicherung.
Because of this I've just signed in the list.