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Re: I break the silence: My arrest

I know they aren't directly related, but it could also help to involve
*the unions* because they have a lot of power. At least in the US.
Unfortunately I just started school and I have very little time on my
hands so I can't directly help with this project much, even though I
was working 10 hours a day with them before, but you should make a
post to Binary Freedom (the discussion list). People there will
certainly help you. They are an advocacy group for binary freedoms
that participate in a lot of direct action and they can certainly help
your cause. We have troops on the ground in the UK, but not sure about
Comrade Ringo Kamens

On 9/16/07, Scott Bennett <bennett@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>      On Sun, 16 Sep 2007 12:08:27 +0200 Thomas Hluchnik
> <Thomas.Hluchnik@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >Am Sonntag, 16. September 2007 07:41 schrieb Martin Senftleben:
> >
> >Hello,
>      Please get with the program.  This is getting to be a real drag.  See
> below.
> >
> >can you please give some more info about that? I am just thinkinking about=
> >=20
> >becoming member of a association and let my two tor nodes register as from=
> >=20
> >that association. I have the luck that my home was not yet searched by any=
> >=20
> >technical incompetent police, but who knows...
> >
> >What about the "Humanistische Union"? Do they have tor nodes? Is there anyb=
> >ody=20
> >of them in this thread? Would like to hear if the HU is interested of getti=
> >mg=20
> >members with tor nodes as entrance gift.
> >
> >What I definitely NOT like is giving up my help for the tor project. In tim=
> >es=20
> >like these modern inquisition we have to resist, but have to find ways to=20
> >protect ourselves.
> >
> >
> >> I am currently into registering an association that was founded more=20
> >> than a hundred years ago - that is quite some work, but manageable.=20
> >> I find the thought to found an association quite intriguing,=20
> >> particularly for Germany, where the members of a registered=20
> >> association (eingetragener Verein) would be protected against legal=20
> >> prosecution. The association could act as contract partners with the=20
> >> ISPs, and as that run Tor nodes which are managed by its members.=20
> >>=20
> >> BTW, one such node has just been set up which is legally registered=20
> >> with an association in Germany and run by a previous Tor-node admin=20
> >> who has also been harassed by the police. But I don't think they will=20
> >> be setting up more nodes.
>         A:      It makes it hard to follow and is thus inconsiderate.
>                 B:      >Why not?
>                         A>> Once again, Do NOT TOP-POST!!!
>                                   Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
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