[tor-relays] Legal situation of tor in Europe
swsnyder at snydernet.net
Mon Mar 9 19:50:00 UTC 2015
On Monday, March 9, 2015 3:33pm, "grarpamp" <grarpamp at gmail.com> said:
> On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 2:40 PM, Markus Hitter <mah at jump-ing.de> wrote:
>> Am 09.03.2015 um 16:08 schrieb Steve Snyder:
>>> Being able to separate webmail from the parent web presence (e.g.
>>> gmail from google.com, Yahoo Mail from yahoo.com, etc.) would be a
>>> big step forward in curbing spam. This would allow the exit
>>> operation to refuse traffic to the webmail service while stilling
>>> allowing access to the parent presence.
>> Good point!
> Two censors high five-ing themselves over ways to ban entire
> peoples freedom to communicate using webmail. Amazing.
> Yet you do not call your ISP demanding they block your webmail
> for the same and greater spam reason. I hear internets is bad, you
> should ban it too. Please die from clue bat first.
I my mind such a capability would be optional, like opening POP3 and IMAP ports are today. Thus *your* relay could support all services while someone with a more timid ISP could still run an exit node, albeit an exit node that is less useful than yours.
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