Re: PRIVACY Forum Bulletin

From Michael Clark <>
Date Tue, 30 May 2000 09:10:10 -0400

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What kind of things would need to be available at this 
community-resource site? Mailing lists? web based chat groups? Should 
a fee be charged to members? Or ask for donations to preserve 
anonymity? Anonymous remailer? Web space? /dev/null logfile for all 
web traffic, as well as email traffic?

A very interesting idea. Michael

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>What we need is a "community" site which has the trust to not do that,
>have a /dev/null as their logfile and don't log anything at all. That
>way the information is lost and even pressure will not retrieve it. The
>problem lies in the fact how to establish this kudos, at least I
>wouldn't have a clue how to convince a large group of people that you
>have the right intent, and that you won't hand it over to "big money" if
>offered. *You* may be convinced about it, but how do you tell others?
>I could quite easily, and I have thought of it, make a "large activist
>community" site. I suspect that quite a few others have thought the
>same. This is one of the main reasons why I haven't. But if anyone knows
>a way, I'd be interested to hear.

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