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Tor was originally created by the US Navy and DARPA in the 90s to protect online communications abroad. So there is certainly a legal use. On the other hand, it is used to break the law in many countries, like in Iran and China. Where do you live? Do you have a western viewpoint? If so, do you mind that people in Iran break the law using Tor to ...


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Anonymity networks are designed to withstand any outside censorship or surveillance. That's their primary purpose and how well they do this is the criteria they are judged by. However, most anonymity networks theoretically allow self-censorship by blacklisting on individual nodes. Networks need to identify resources by some kind of identifier like a hash ...


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Officially, they are pushed forward to allow people in dictatorships to break laws restricting their freedom of information and/or expression. Because, the problem with the law is, that you need some people to make it, and wherever people are involved, they try to get their beliefs into the law. As such, laws, even in so-called "democracies", are not always ...



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