[tor-bugs] #19057 [Internal Services/Wiki]: Prohibit modifications of doc/EmailProvider

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#19057: Prohibit modifications of doc/EmailProvider
 Reporter:  cypherpunks             |          Owner:
     Type:  defect                  |         Status:  reopened
 Priority:  Medium                  |      Milestone:
Component:  Internal Services/Wiki  |        Version:
 Severity:  Normal                  |     Resolution:
 Keywords:                          |  Actual Points:
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 Reviewer:                          |        Sponsor:

Comment (by cypherpunks):

 Replying to [comment:4 cypherpunks]:
 > Your fucking spam filter and fucking recaptcha ate my detailed response
 for the word bu5ine55. BTW, I have solved recaptcha correctly, but still
 was kicked. Why do I see this shit on your site?
 > @mo, in brief: they can be forced either legally (by court order or by
 law) or illegally (by blackmailing owners by using evidence forged or
 illegally (surveillance without court order) discovered or by stopping
 bu5ine55 operation (it's legal to stop operation, by the decision of high-
 ranked law enforcement officer in my jurisdiction, so it is often used for
 blackmailing bu5ine55men)) to implement users identification via phone
 and, may be, browser fingerprinting. Rarity of good email services says
 that they are. It's not about spam (spam filters using machine learning
 work extremely well), it's all about not making law enforcement angry.
 > >Please lets discuss that on tor talk, here is the email I wrote:
 > Sorry, I won't. I have already given you too much deanonymizing

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