Help Iranian dissidents by collecting and posting Bridge addresses? (here?)
teddks at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 02:04:37 UTC 2009
On Wed, 2009-06-17 at 18:26 -0700, Chris Humphry wrote:
> I have been mounting a little movement to get people to run Tor and
> setup Tor Bridges to help those in Iran access the Internet.
> Then I found a great message which has been going around asking people
> to run Tor Bridges. So I thought: "what about or-talk?". Would it be
> wise to ask people in or-talk to provide Bridge addresses to this
> topic? When people have submitted say 5 or 10 (or more) Bridge
> addresses I could collect them and post them to Twitter and lots of
> other sites. Is that wise?
No. I'm sure the Iranian government is monitoring it at this point.
Posting a bridge IP there will just let them block it.
It would probably be best to email it to a trusted Iranian organization
or group, using OpenPGP encryption. They can disseminate it from there.
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