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Re: [tor-talk] victory at kilton library
Thanks for all those who spent effort in making this turning point possible.
The more exit nodes are available, the less they can be blacklisted.
On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 4:30 AM, Tempest <tempest@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> i just want to share the news that all of the hard work that has gone
> into the library freedom project paid off today at kilton library.
> despite pressure from the us federal government, which pulled out every
> card to sell fear that they had in their hat, the local community
> refused to accept it and thought on a global level to support the
> library's choice to offer a tor relay to the public.
> this is truly a monumental moment. libraries in the usa have often been
> the target of hostile actions that threaten the first amendment of the
> us constitution and the privacy rights of people. through a long string
> of legal battles, libraries have earned an extraordinary position that
> provides them with the ability to offer services that could land other
> people in significant legal battles which become both legally and
> politically difficult to close down.
> i'd just like to say thank you to everyone involved in the library
> freedom project who came up with the idea and didn't run away from the
> fight. this is an excellent beginning.
> if you can, please send your support to the library freedom project.
> this is a great victory for today.
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