dark web briefest intro - was Re: educate me Please

John Newman jnn at synfin.org
Fri Jul 21 22:16:21 PDT 2017

> On Jul 22, 2017, at 12:49 AM, Zenaan Harkness <zen at freedbms.net> wrote:
>> On Sat, Jul 22, 2017 at 12:17:12AM -0400, John Newman wrote:
>>>> On Jul 21, 2017, at 10:14 PM, Zenaan Harkness <zen at freedbms.net> wrote:
>>>>> On Fri, Jul 21, 2017 at 08:51:11PM -0500, Shawn K. Quinn wrote:
>>>>> On 07/21/2017 08:26 PM, #$%&#$ %&#$%&#$ wrote:
>>>>> One of the key features that the Tor company/group has never
>>>>> implemented is chaff-filled network - that is, you specify "I want to
>>>>> allocate 100 KB/s to my node, and I want that divided equally amongst
>>>>> my outward connections, and any peer node that "randomly drops"
>>>>> packets, becomes less trusted by me.
>>>>> I asked the devs directly (or someone else did, can't remember for
>>>>> sure), and the reason came back "our funding proposals for this
>>>>> feature have never been approved" - which makes sense, since the CIA,
>>>>> DIA, DOD and NSA fund the creation of the Tor network, they don't
>>>>> want to fund features which make it much harder for them to uncloak
>>>>> users they are targetting.
>>>> Maybe funded, as in past tense. The current Tor project is not
>>>> dependent at all on US government funding that I can see.
>>> Shawn you're a funny lad - a little too transparent for your own
>>> good but hey, that's better from my perspective :D
>>>> If you can prove
>>>> otherwise, please post the proof.
>>> Oh please! Awesome - I love this in the morning, makes for a really
>>> happy day which I know is pre-laced with humour unseen by the one
>>> delivering the punch lines. Gold :)
>>> Your transparency is causing me to not stop chuckling.  Juan is
>>> sharper than I and he spotted you ages ago.
>> Yes, Juan is. You're a moron.
> You're evidently a deeply nuanced intellectual.
> Or something ...

You're a smarmy dictator & death squad loving little gullible twit who believes or pretends to believe some really noxious shit.

Send some more updates on the holohoax and some Russian propaganda - you know, what you mostly send, and what no one wants to see, or replies to.   ;)

You're a joke.

Or something....

>>>> The nice thing about free software is anyone can add those
>>>> features, or pay for them to be added. So even your non-government
>>>> or non-US programmers can change the code and run their own custom
>>>> version of Tor.  The features you mention don't even break
>>>> compatibility with the rest of the network, so that's not an issue.
>>> Thank you for reiterating part of my email with which we evidently
>>> agree on.
>>> Have a great day - mine started out fabulous :D
>>> Z

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