[tor-talk] tor-talk Digest, Vol 42, Issue 7
awesomepossumcraft at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 05:26:48 UTC 2014
I just found this from the EFF, which may be helpful.
Will EFF represent me if I get in trouble for running a Tor relay?
*Maybe.* While EFF cannot promise legal representation for all Tor relay
operators, it will assist relay operators in assessing the situation and
will try to locate qualified legal counsel when necessary. Inquiries to
EFF for the purpose of securing legal representation or referrals should
be directed to our intake coordinator by sending an email to
info at eff.org <mailto:info at eff.org> . Such inquiries will be kept
confidential subject to the limits of the attorney/client privilege.
Note that although EFF cannot practice law outside of the United States,
it will still try to assist non-U.S. relay operators in finding local
On 07/01/2014 06:40 PM, tor-talk-request at lists.torproject.org wrote:
> There's the Tor legal support directory from 2010, though not sure how
> up to date it is:
> - your best bet, if you ever run into issues for operating a Tor node,
> would be to contact the Tor Project directly.
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