[tor-talk] Library installs Tor exit node; pulls plug after pressure from DHS

Cari Machet carimachet at gmail.com
Sun Sep 13 08:48:56 PDT 2015

as i have stated i dont trust tor because monolithic and we need more
solutions than shit developed by the state but it could be a beautiful
lawsuit against the federal gov - those are needed for sure everywhere
anywhere - state sovereignty needs more legal enactment
On Sep 12, 2015 3:31 AM, "Chris" <tmail299 at errtech.com> wrote:

> On 2015-09-11 07:19 PM, grarpamp wrote:
>> A lot of support should be lent right now to the city managers, library
>>> board,
>>> and the community. You don't want the first one to be publicly quashed by
>>> a bunch of shameful LEA fearmongering.
>>> Show up the board meeting, you can bet they will.
>> Someone should also see about notifying these folks,
>> you might end up with an entire state full of relays...
> - Free State Participant Here (not in NH yet though) -
> I actually was wondering if it wasn't FSP participants who were working on
> the relays in the first place... though that said on a prior brief attempt
> to identify the main participants in the library project I could find no
> obvious connections. However that doesn't surprise me. I've also not
> identified any participation by other individuals in the FSP despite
> seeming like highly likely participants (for instance Ross Ulbricht of Silk
> Road fame holds many views held by said participants and his mother has
> even talked at multiple FSP events post arrest).
> Unfortunately I haven't gotten very far with another campaign regarding
> the FCC's efforts to force manufacturers to lock down devices on Free Talk
> Live (which does promote the Free State Project and is run out of Keene,
> NH). I called in briefly as the show generally doesn't do interviews /
> talks and like many other shows. Rather they let anybody call in about
> anything (ie the name Free Talk Live). That said I'd still encourage people
> to call into Free Talk Live. Multiple people coordinating it would be a
> smart move and I'd be happy to participate in such a campaign to 'target
> FTL' (they wouldn't object).
> The site and call in # can be found at https://www.freetalklive.com/ and
> the show airs daily on the east coast from 7PM-10PM 7 days a week.
> There are other FSP media outlets (ie libtery-minded outlets heavily
> involved in the FSP). The Free Talk Live show seems to be the most
> outstanding from FSP events I've attended (ie they show up to Porcfest in
> the summer, which is an FSP summer camping event, and Liberty Forum,
> another winter event, traditional conference style).
> https://www.freetalklive.com/
> * Also just noticed in on the site that there is a link to an article on
> the issue already.
> Another show is Freedom Phoenix. I've had a lot of luck here, but I
> believe it is out in Arizona (ie phoenix). Not sure who in the NH region if
> anybody listens to it, but I know they've covered Porcfest before. I've
> been on the show twice and will be on for a third time this coming week
> (Tuesday September 15th) to talk about the FCC's efforts to ban free
> software (practical result/outcome of rule changes, not specific objective
> necessarily).
> https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/
> You might also try:
> http://freekeene.com/
> http://lrn.fm
> http://copyblock.org
> http://libertyconspiracy.com/
> http://www.katherinealbrecht.com/
> http://schoolsucksproject.com/
> http://www.shirelibertynews.com/
> http://www.youtube.com/user/RidleyReport
> You might check out 411 Activist TXT Msg Distribution Service which sends
> out a message to all activists cell phones in the area:
> http://forum.shiresociety.com/discussion/5744/keene-411-v-2-0-activist-txt-msg-distribution-service/p1
> Keene is about an hour away...
> There is also Free Grafton 40 minutes away (
> http://www.freetownproject.com/new_hampshire_town.html)
> There is also Free Concord an hour 20 minutes away (
> http://freeconcord.org/)
>> https://freestateproject.org/
>> http://forum.freestateproject.org/
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