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Re: [Full-disclosure] Re: blocking tor is not the right way forward. It may just be the right way backward.
From: Rodrigo Barbosa (rodrigobdarkover.org)
Date: Fri Jun 09 2006 - 11:56:32 CDT
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On Fri, Jun 09, 2006 at 12:33:39PM -0400, Michael Holstein wrote:
> >Your interpretation of the Internet is a bit distorted.
> We're not talking about authenticated websites here (perhaps I should
> have made that more clear), nor are we talking about using TOR, etc. for
> malicious purposes.
> For the purpose of this (largely theoretical) argument, I meant
> "publicly accessible, non-authenticated websites".
Just because a park is a public place doesn't give me the write
to, lets say, drive a car over the grass.
Even if public places there are rules that should be followed.
"Quid quid Latine dictum sit, altum viditur"
"Be excellent to each other ..." - Bill & Ted (Wyld Stallyns)
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