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Re: Geode: some more headaches for TorButton? :-P

thanks to you guys who helped me unsubscribe.

however, note that actually my (yahoo) address has full headers and I dont see any way to unsubscribe, apart from how you guys said to do it.
I checked the headers and there is nothing about it, even under word search.
I think these headers only arrive to certain people, maybe using mail clients etc, yahoo doesn't deliver them or they get stripped out some how

Whoever is responsible for this list might wanna add an attachment to all emails on how to unsubscribe as none of the emails I ever got showed how to do so in headers or anywhere else. thanks good luck.

--- On Thu, 10/9/08, Tom Hek <tor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: Tom Hek <tor@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Geode: some more headaches for TorButton? :-P
> To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Thursday, October 9, 2008, 4:11 AM
> It's really scary when a random website can request your
> physical 
> location imo.. I really hope you can disable that shit in
> the new 
> version of Firefox when they include it..
> Tom
> Marco Bonetti wrote:
> > Link bounced from /.:
> http://labs.mozilla.com/2008/10/introducing-geode/
> > 
> > Looks like the upcoming versions of firefox will ship
> the support for W3C
> > geolocation specification: what's better for a tor
> attacker to ask
> > directly to the browser where its user lives? ;-)
> > I'm quite confident there'll be a way to
> (easily?) disable this feature
> > but it's scaring stuff nevertheless.
> > 
> > ciao
> >