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Re: Tor blocking german nodes
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> Actually, it might be wise to develop a feature that lets the client
> choose no more than one node from _any_ country, since other EU
> countries might use the directive that led to the german law, to pass
> similar laws.
Which means, if you really want to block Tor nodes from countries who
make logging mandatory, you should do this for all EU-countries. After
all, Germany is "only following the EU's demand for such a data
I bet a fiver: If Germany really passes that law and if the Supreme
Court doesn't rule against that law, everyone else in the EU will just
follow (except maybe Greece...)
'Nuff said. Let's stop the nay saying ;) The law isn't active yet. The
law isn't even ratified. And no one even started logging. The lawsuit,
which's underway, isn't even filed at the Supreme Court. Yet.
We're living in interesting times, but there's no need to overreact.
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