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Evaluating exsisting resources, pondering about new organisations [was: German Tor Legal Fund]
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Ringo Kamens schrieb:
> I pledge $10 if the fund starts. Please allow mail donations.
> Hopefully others can also pledge.
> Comrade Ringo Kamens
Thanks Ringo, we appreciate that.
On another note: I'm currently reading all the emails and submissions I
got during the last couple of days. First: Sorry that I didn't reply
immediately, I was busy attending a seminar with my company the last
days and first had the chance to read my mails yesterday evening.
Also I got in touch with the Privacy Foundation and got some feedback
from the CCC. To make a long story short: Contrary to what I said
earlier, I think we should wait until the Privacy Foundation becomes
fully operational instead of founding yet-another-organization.
The Privacy Foundation was founded by lawyers and journalists who really
know what they're doing. I, as a layman when it comes to the german
"Vereinsrecht" ("Club Law"), couldn't do the whole thing without support
from experienced people anyway.
The Privacy Foundation wrote me an Email stating that they're thinking
of covering legal fees as soon as a critical mass of about 500 people
has been reached.
I just got in touch with them to discuss a couple of other things.
I noticed that at least one new mailinglist got created covering the
"Tor Legal Fund" thing and I'll be subscribing there.
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