Change protocol to be resistant to EU laws (was: 20090101 (log data))
felix at eckhofer.com
Mon Nov 12 20:40:16 UTC 2007
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On Monday, 12. November 2007, algenon flower wrote:
> Am I to believe from the foregoing that potentially having to
> surrender a Tor servers logs (that do not compromise much) will
> actually make Tor server operators criminals because they don't
> "reveal" enough?
Would it be an option to add a "jurisdiction" parameter to each
Tor-server? Don't know if this could be done automatically using
Then, each client could choose its circuit from at least two different
jurisdictions and turning over logged information as required by the
new german law should not be as bad (assuming the police does not
control Tor servers outside their respective jurisdiction).
I don't really like that idea though, as it would add a lot of
complexity. It is however much better than just giving up and
potentially losing (german) nodes.
felix_eckhofer * http://tribut.de/kontakt * please encrypt
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