Some legal trouble with TOR in France

Eric H. Jung eric.jung at
Mon May 15 07:08:04 UTC 2006

--- Matej Kovacic <matej.kovacic at> wrote:

> It is interesting, because we are talking about letters from/to
> prison
> and not letters of free innocent citizens. If Court found cenzorship
> of
> prisonner's writings (to his wife and international institutuions)
> illegal, then restrictions to writings of innocent citizens must be
> illegal too.

That is interesting! My wife has worked in the prison system of the
U.S. (federal and state) for some years now. I call tell you without a
doubt that prisoners' outbound letters are most definitely censored and
screened here in the US--with their knowledge, but not necessarily with
their consent.

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