Hidden Services Hosting and DMCA

Scott Bennett bennett at cs.niu.edu
Sat Jun 12 19:10:48 UTC 2010

     On Sat, 12 Jun 2010 13:15:47 +0200 Moritz Bartl <tor at wiredwings.com>
>On 12.06.2010 13:13, Marco Bonetti wrote:
>> On 12/giu/2010, at 12.49, Moritz Bartl <tor at wiredwings.com> wrote:
>>> The barrier to create hidden services is quite high.
>> I'm not too sure about this: you can run hidden services on tor clients
>> which do not relay any traffic for the network.
>> Starting a service is not that difficult: an home flat Internet
>> connection and a low power computer are ideal for a small personal
>> hidden service.
>That machine should be up 24/7, and you still need to maintain (ie.
>update) it.
     What a strange thing to say!  How can you credibly claim to know the
availability requirements for other persons' hidden services?

                                  Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
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