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The State of California Could Have Stopped 8Chan: It Didn’t

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  1. sublime_aenima
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    I’ve got to agree that it’s really disheartening that even members of Congress are afraid of being swatted. The US needs to drastically reform its police, and put pressure on politicians who are...

    I’ve got to agree that it’s really disheartening that even members of Congress are afraid of being swatted. The US needs to drastically reform its police, and put pressure on politicians who are too cowardly to try to do anything.

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    HanakoIsBestGirl
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    Tor is not p2p afaik. Unless you are relaying while browsing?

    It will come back online. If not via the normal web, than through peer-to-peer means like Tor

    Tor is not p2p afaik. Unless you are relaying while browsing?

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    1. 9000
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      You are correct. Clients do not route traffic in Tor, as it is currently implemented. Instead, volunteers run relays, which are used by clients to randomize their traffic. A related project, i2p,...

      Tor is not p2p afaik. Unless you are relaying while browsing?

      You are correct. Clients do not route traffic in Tor, as it is currently implemented. Instead, volunteers run relays, which are used by clients to randomize their traffic.

      A related project, i2p, does route peer-to-peer using a strategy similar to Tor's onion routing that they call garlic routing. However, i2p does not tend to offer access to the public internet, does not offer a self-contained browser, and is much less used than Tor (source).

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