[tor-relays] Legal situation of tor in Europe

Corey Wood corky at corky.me.uk
Tue Mar 10 16:56:28 UTC 2015

This is definitely a positive for the UK. One of many battles we could
have easily lost to a conservative government pushing authoritarian
policies. As long as it doesn't get pushed under the carpet this could
help defend the cause of civil liberties. Here are two articles on it:
http://bit.ly/199dQcI - The Daily Dot
http://bbc.in/1xaP7d5 - BBC Technology

On 10/03/15 10:02, Jan Reister wrote:
> In the UK:
> The darknet and online anonymity - POST Note
> Published 09 March 2015
> It's a briefing from The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology,
> mainly about Tor.
> http://www.parliament.uk/briefing-papers/POST-PN-488/the-darknet-and-online-anonymity
> Jan
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