yuri at rawbw.com
Fri Nov 22 18:45:35 UTC 2013
On 11/22/2013 05:38, krishna e bera wrote:
> When people are switched over to Tor without their informed enthusiastic
> consent, they are likely in for disappointment and you are in for a lot
> of tech support calls. Some websites will be blocked and most of their
> internet use will be much slower than they are accustomed to. They
> might even call the ISP and find out the hard way what happened. It
> could backfire and turn them against Tor and break their trust in you.
Also, without the device being open source (and how can it really be?)
can there be any trust that it doesn't have back doors by design?
Also with the average user typing in personal information himself all
over the place, wouldn't this bring the meaning of such anonymizer
almost to nothing?
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