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Re: [tor-talk] Tor and Financial Transparency
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Paul Syverson wrote:
> I told him that the fascinating
> technological problems and the pontential to better protect people and
> their activities was nice, but the real attraction was to create a
> context where people who were sure they should hate each other were
> forced to collaborate.
That's worth repeating, because it's both awesome and overlooked. I'm
not sure most people outside of this space realize it.
There are people who work on Tor and Tor-related projects who
absolutely cannot stand the sight of each other. Who, in any other
context, would never even speak to each other because of huge gulfs in
class or ideology that separate them. That's part of the beauty of
working on censorship and privacy -- these are issues that affect
"Cypherpunks write code not flame wars." --Jurre van Bergen
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