1993-03-03 - Re: Handling Abuses of Remailers

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From: arcticus!Xenon (Christopher Eric Hanson)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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UTC Datetime: 1993-03-03 08:28:10 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 3 Mar 93 00:28:10 PST

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From: arcticus!Xenon (Christopher Eric Hanson)
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 93 00:28:10 PST
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Re: Handling Abuses of Remailers
In-Reply-To: <CypherPunksList.0606@arcticus.UUCP>
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In article <CypherPunksList.0606@arcticus.UUCP> tcmay@netcom.com (Timothy C. May) writes:
> * To handle _abusive volumes_ through remailers, charge for remailing.
> Short term, this may be a problem, but this is the long term market
> solution.

  Quick but relevant question: Assuming a commercial anonymous remailer
were set up tomorrow, with (don't ask me how this would be done, it's
hypothetical...) provable anonymity -- what should it charge per message,
or per kilobyte of message?

> -Tim May
> tcmay@netcom.com        | anonymous networks, digital pseudonyms, zero

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