On Sat, 2011-09-10 at 22:08 +0100, Matthew wrote: > >> It would be good to know what technologies these ISPs will implement to > >> do the packet inspection for encrypted tunnels. Half the problem is you > >> don't really know what they'll be looking for and so you don't know how > >> to circumvent. > >> > Forgive my ignorance but why would there be any need to inspect packets for > tunnels? Would the authorities not just ask every ISP to monitor the IPs > to which their clients are connecting and if they are Tor nodes then the > client must be reported. AIUI all the ISP can see is that a connection is > made to the first Tor node. > More than Tor has been banned, so that wouldn't catch all illegal behavior, just a very small subset of it.
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