> > Can we start a tor-legal-matters and/or tor-misc-chatter lists to > > resolve this problem? > Tor is the technology side, but it has a political and legal side too, > which should be allowed to talk about, how far it likes to go. Okay, > maybe in another or-list, but generally there is to provide room for > such discussions, since as tor user or as node operator we are a part of > such matters automatically. > I don't like to leave the Tor branch to talk about such topics, since we > are a special kind of "family", thought.. I truly believe that the political and legal sides of Tor are actually more important than the pure technical issues. We need debates about people being chastised for using Tor and server admins being arrested and on and on. I think non-technical talk is important and should be allowed on OR-Talk. That being said: Those debates do require us who take part in them to think carefully about what really is Tor-related legal & political talk and what isn't, the line between what's somehow politically related and what's not is thin and blurry and quite easy to cross.  http://politics.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=07/02/08/2112258  http://www.cnet.com/surveillance-state/8301-13739_1-9779225-46.html
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