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[liberationtech] on the traceability of circumvention tools

Mehdi Yahyanejad yahyanejad at gmail.com
Fri Sep 17 00:11:46 PDT 2010


> 
> In any case, I'm not sure what you mean by "Tor simply doesn't have much
> traction in Iran" when we clearly have many users:
> http://metrics.torproject.org/recurring-users-graphs.html#iran
> 
> The recent graphs looks like about 40,000 people were using Tor at the
> end of August from Iran.
> 

I appreciate that you shared the updated data. I hadn't checked it during the 
past two months. The numbers I had recalled were only a few thousands which
based on your graphs was the case up until two months ago. I didn't consider 
a few thousands significant compared to how ultrasurf/freegate was doing. It 
seems Tor has made quite a bit of progress in the past two months. That's great. 


> I feel like everything you've said it pure conjecture and hilariously
> incorrect. Please include citations in the future.
> 
> All the best,
> Jacob
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