[tor-talk] Website auto login <if anonimous>
|| ΣΖΟ ||
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Mon May 21 02:26:16 UTC 2012
On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 12:31 AM, krishna e bera <keb at cyblings.on.ca> wrote:
> On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 08:50:57PM +0200, || ΣΖΟ || wrote:
>> A user visits a site wants to log in, but to have an account you are
>> NOT anonymous anymore..
> You can try http://www.bugmenot.com/
> which shares accounts for sites that require registration.
In itself not a bad idea, Though then the user has to do next tor an
extra thing, and i hoped to figure out a more automatic way.
A non invasive website, that respects privacy as good as possible, no
IP logs for instance, but also no accounts, just no data that could
have ANY personal clues. but allowing people to communicate with true
freedom of speech. (i hope people are able to do this in a
sophisticated way and build something out of it)
Could something like this idea work with tor-and other privacy tools.
Think in terms like Wordpress plugin, and eventually a browser plug-in
with a button , though that would give away the cloaked status.
I'm thinking out loud here, to find the edge of what is possible and secure.
maybe with the use of well known out nodes and a button to "use well
known out node for this site"
anything, as long as the user keeps his full privacy.
Ideally the only requirement to be able to access the site is ... use
tor (or another true privacy tool)
Nowadays with ACTA and other culture killing laws it would be nice to
promote freedom of speech. And hopefully show the lawmakers that their
policy is closed minded and not the way to go.
But this only can work when people can get used to being free, since
everyone is manipulating everyone else to keep each other 'conform
standards' this just creates friction.
In a system without 'stasi control' the people are free, but sure
there will be a different friction, thats the exiting part, how is
everyone going to deal with that. Are they able to negotiate and meet
each other half way.
A long story to try to find a short tor-rible solution
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