by None1975 » How that person can know about Russia, if he is not live in this country? He know about it from mass media, maybe from friends etc. but this is not a same.
I am inclined to agree with None1975 on this, I have never been to Russia , nor the Soviet Union, my idea of what it is like is based on what "the media" say, and
also a few old movies , that were actually made and filmed in Russia,by Russians,
however since those movies were made, 40 or more years ago, they really do not
reflect the current situation now.
Similar situation here on the "western" side of the planet, the U.S, and it's media
make it sound like Mexico is a country of criminals and drug dealers, the people involved in this false media, propaganda and the people that believe it have never even been here, much less lived and worked here,....
It seems like we are missing the point, and keep getting side tracked into other political issues, this includes me, that is why I say we,...
Any way, the scary thing is, the fact that someone running a TOR node could get held responsible for the traffic and data that gets published via that node,..It seems to me like this could be a effective method of discouraging people form setting up nodes.
Just because in this case it was in Russia, does not mean it could not happen elsewhere, especially in the U.S. with it's new organized crime regime , ruled by Trump, and from what I have read in news, there is some rumours going around
that they are passing laws prohibiting anyone from organizing protests against Trump and the new regime, if this is true, they also could very well put someone in jail, for "inciting or organizing a riot, or protest", just because some activists using the TOR node, used it to announce, or invite other activists to participate,...
But again, this could happen in other countries besides the U.S. and Russia,..
Something to think about, but not very pleasant to think about.