[tor-talk] Why make bad-relays a closed mailing list?

Anders Andersson pipatron at gmail.com
Thu Jul 31 14:58:20 UTC 2014

And since it's not possible to do this right without any leaks due to
software bugs, planted flaws and insiders, the only thing it will lead
to is to make it impossible for the users to verify the decisions
leading up to which servers are bad. The NSA will still get your
precious warnings.

On Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 1:44 PM,  <tor at t-3.net> wrote:
> Actually...
> A bad-relays mailing list would IMO take a degree of care to do right,
> considering that email gets gathered at the packet level by intelligence
> agencies who are expected to be initiating attacks. Sensitive stuff would
> belong as GPG or PGP emails or similar. Juicy details regarding bad-relays
> discussion should be tighter than even a closed mailing list, is my thought.
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