[tor-talk] AU Parliament LawEnf Committee on Infocom CryptoDarkTech (Infocalypse Game Theory, FVEY, Tarrant, darkweb)
grarpamp at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 05:06:11 UTC 2019
On 4/7/19, Paul Templeton <paul at coffswifi.net> wrote:
> You can now get a report from the AU Government on there assessment of
> 'going dark' They recognize there are legitimate reasons to using Tor...
A few positive sentences buried in a wholly negative paper
outlining how governments and agencies are well against
crypto tools, hardware, software, networks... and doing all they
can in that regard... hardly amounts to any such recognition.
Never mind that AU, NZ, UK are all busy right this
very moment signing "laws", which history proves
are but "creepy featurism", against freedom of speech.
In fact, the words "speech" and "journalism"
do not occur at all in their paper. Any words like
"freedom" "privacy" and "rights" were largely mooted
by their desires to instruct you as to what is "legitimate"
or not, and to "balance" and "resolve" those for you in
their final solution to all such things.
There's a full tilt worldwide top secret and surfaceweb
assault going on crypto, freedom, speech, privacy, etc.
It's going to take a LOT more action than armchair submissions
to their committee papers to even begin to fight back against that.
Just like the global surveillance rollout... now that they've censored
the Global Surface Web with the help of their Corporate Friends,
and thereby forcibly pushed the next Christchurch into happening
on Tor... let's see how long Tor and crypto holds up to that.
That's their game. Expect it.
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