supersluether at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 01:58:24 UTC 2016
I've never believed in strikes. They never seem to really do anything,
other than make something unaccessible for a day or 2 (just like the
Wikipedia blackout a few years ago).
I don't understand any of the demands on the page, or why they matter. Tor
does its job, whether an ex-CIA agent helps develop it or not.
If someone could explain this like I'm five, it'd be a great help, but I'm
still going to run my Tor relay and use the Tor Browser.
On Aug 21, 2016 8:54 PM, "Marcel Krzystek" <m.krzystek at gmail.com> wrote:
> What are the thoughts of relay operators on this?
> I can be persuaded otherwise, and perhaps i'm being naive, but i believe
> that operation of the network should remain independent from the politics
> within the organization.
> tor-relays mailing list
> tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
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