[tor-talk] Helping to answer "What's the Catch?"
grarpamp at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 21:28:55 UTC 2015
On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 3:59 PM, anonimal <anonimal at i2pmail.org> wrote:
> Why not intentionally record every meeting session and instance of
> correspondence between the Tor project and all persons/groups that the
> Tor project takes funding from - and make them publicly available?
> The concept of transparency (as a means to improve the overall
> well-being of this kind of organization) seems within the parameters of
... the missions you supposedly gave by electing your
so called governments and everything else around you.
> Does this seem like a plausible solution?
You can't prove something didn't occur behind closed doors, see
You can't prove the various products of your govt because they
won't let you see them, they're secret, and the facility is closed.
But you can more or less prove the products of TPO, most
anything important of which are here:
Or if you're better at playing spot the fed than you are spotting code:
That said, sure, add whatever stuff you can to the media archive,
move to MA and become secretary for TPO, 'secret'aries are privy
to all the juicy bits you know...
More information about the tor-talk