[tor-talk] Silk Road taken down by FBI

Juan Garofalo juan.g71 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 4 01:54:08 UTC 2013

	I'm wondering if I got this right:

	The NSA is supposed to be concerned only with 'national security' issues 
and can't spy on 'ordinary Americans'. In practice the NSA spies on 
everyone paying no attention to 'legal' restraints.

	If the NSA happens to find the location of, say, a 'criminal' tor hidden 
service, the NSA will forward the information to the pertinent 'agency', 
say, the DEA, and the DEA  will lie about how they got the information, 
presenting a 'plausible' alternate explanation. Is that how they basically 


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