Brainstorming about Tor, Germany, and data retention

Lexi Pimenidis lexi at
Wed Oct 8 14:31:52 UTC 2008

On Wed, Oct 08, 2008 at 04:20:02PM CEST, Lexi Pimenidis wrote:

Sorry - send the e-amil before I finished it :-/

> The DE-CIX in Frankfurt is the second biggest point of data
> exchange in Germany =>
> If you want to avoid Germany, you'd effectively cancel out 1/2 of Europe or
> so.
> But as I said: there will be no logging of single TCP-connections - hence I
> don't think that passing Germany is a big problem.

That was meant to be "passing through"...



PS: sorry for typos, grammar... will make up for it, once thesis is finished.

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