Tor Replaces Its Entire Board

juan juan.g71 at
Sat Jul 16 12:32:27 PDT 2016

On Sat, 16 Jul 2016 07:50:53 -0400
grarpamp <grarpamp at> wrote:

> On 7/15/16, John Newman <jnn at> wrote:
> > Wtf is or was so important about Appelbaum that would lead to any
> > kind of massive conspiratorial smear campaign? Who gains from
> > taking him down?
> On both... Are you fucking kidding me?

	The question is quite reasonable, and you don't have a
	reasonable answer. Appelbaum is pretty much a secondary
	character at best. 

> Even before Snowden censored himself and Assange got locked down...
> He's one of the outspoken few that was still out traveling around the
> world bringing knowledge of Tor 

	Well, of course. He's a despicable 'ex' pentagon employee.
	Unlike you grarpamp who probably are not 'ex'.

> / privacy / human rights /
> surveillance etc the whole scope... with zero fear and a solid
> compelling presentation based on personal conviction and experience.
> Others at Tor mostly stayed to the conference rooms, he was
> transcending personal rooms even before joining Tor...
> Here he is talking on the subject with a roomful of Muslims in
> Quwait...
> And you want to know who wants to take him down, and how?
> Get real. Get fucking real.

	You get fucking real. Appelbaum is a self-serving fraud. 

> Don't expect the new Tor board to support similar work
> in the future even if someone doing it fell into their lap.
> It's too hot topic, and they'll be too busy playing politik
> and law with their US Government now anyway.
> Historical narratives indeed...

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