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Old 06-17-2019, 01:15 PM   #16
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I actually thought that giving technical support to Iran could be a crime in the US? OK, that's going a little far but, still, what can be "exported"?
I think, in general, those of us who live in censored regimes need to start using, and telling people about, VPNs and ToR. The internet as it was no longer exists -- everything is censored and tracked.

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Old 06-17-2019, 01:20 PM   #17
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I actually thought that giving technical support to Iran could be a crime in the US? OK, that's going a little far but, still, what can be "exported"?
I think, in general, those of us who live in censored regimes need to start using, and telling people about, VPNs and ToR. The internet as it was no longer exists -- everything is censored and tracked.
Anyone who wants to find out who is using tor can, that is a downside of the way tor works. Going into i2p and then into tor makes doxing you impossible (as i2p hasn't been broken yet)
 
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Anyone who wants to find out who is using tor can, that is a downside of the way tor works. Going into i2p and then into tor makes doxing you impossible (as i2p hasn't been broken yet)
I take that to mean that the owner of the network you are using knows that you are using ToR? If there are ways around that I feel they may be useful here?
 
  


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