[tor-talk] Operation Onymous against hidden services, most DarkNet markets are down
juan.g71 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 21:28:41 UTC 2014
On Fri, 7 Nov 2014 19:38:21 +0100
Öyvind Saether <oyvinds at everdot.org> wrote:
> > That is possible, but I'm not sure I'm fully following.
> > Suppose that some "off line" dealer has his phone tapped, and then
> > he starts selling through a market like silk road. What of it?
> > Why would that lead in any way to finding out who the hidden
> > service's owner/admin is? The hidden service's owner isn't
> > going to talk on the phone with the dealers who use his
> > site. That is not his 'business model'.
> Keep this quote in mind when you consider those idiotic "they must
> have found out that you were running a hidden service by tapping your
> phone because you were running a hidden service" circular arguments by
> obvious cointelpro:
Yes, that's more or less what I got from John's message, but I
don't mind giving him the benefit of the doubt and reading some
sort of clarification of his first post...
> “This is something we want to keep for ourselves,” he said. “The way
> we do this, we can’t share with the whole world, because we want to
> do it again and again and again.”
Well, the criminal organization known as "US government" pretty
much acknowledges that their 'justice' system is based on
"DEA and NSA Team Up to Share Intelligence, Leading to Secret Use of
Surveillance in Ordinary Investigations"
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