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[liberationtech] Assange's claim about Tor losing US government support due to WikiLeaks
James S. Tyre
jstyre at eff.org
Sun Feb 19 21:35:15 PST 2012
I didn't intend to speak badly of Julian. If what I wrote came across that way, it was inadvertent. What irritated me was the flippant "who cares what cryptome thinks?" Julian has done a number of good things, and some going back into the eighties. But Julian didn't get into publishing leaks until many years after John and his spouse started doing it on cryptome (and associated sites).
James S. Tyre
Law Offices of James S. Tyre
10736 Jefferson Blvd., #512
Culver City, CA 90230-4969
jstyre at jstyre.com
Policy Fellow, Electronic Frontier Foundation
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jacob Appelbaum [mailto:jacob at appelbaum.net]
> Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2012 4:17 PM
> To: James S. Tyre
> Cc: 'SiNA'; 'Evgeny Morozov'; liberationtech at mailman.stanford.edu
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Assange's claim about Tor losing US government support
> due to WikiLeaks
> On 02/19/2012 01:32 PM, James S. Tyre wrote:
> >> can you explain why this news is such a big deal? who cares what cryptom thinks?
> > Because John Young has been a key infosource for things not otherwise available
> since before WL was a twinkle in Assange’s eye.
> John Young has done good work but there is absolutely no reason to speak badly of
> Julian. Julian has been at work since the 1980s with great effect and has had an
> extremely positive impact on the planet.
> All the best,
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