Re: [freenet-support] Question regarding legal case

2016-08-12 Thread Freenet
The files where uploaded to a temporary filehost, they should still be available on Freenet. Seems the pastie.org is still working for me. Bryce: > >>These two files may be of assistance [0][1], and I believe the developer >>volunteer by the name of ArneBab on FMS has posted a correction to the

Re: [freenet-support] Question regarding legal case

2016-08-11 Thread Bryce
>These two files may be of assistance [0][1], and I believe the developer >volunteer by the name of ArneBab on FMS has posted a correction to the >math used by LEA in regards to their black ice project [2]. Maybe try >contacting them. > >[0] Clearnet

Re: [freenet-support] Question regarding legal case

2016-07-25 Thread postmaster
Hayley Rosenblum: > Hello, > I am a law intern at Rosenblum, Schwartz, Rogers, & Glass, P.C. in St. > Louis, MO. As a criminal defense firm, we have recently been hired for a > Possession of Child Pornography case. According to the police report , a > special investigator began running copies of

Re: [freenet-support] Question regarding legal case

2016-07-25 Thread Eric Tully
On Mon, Jul 25, 2016, at 03:03 PM, Steve Dougherty wrote: > > Now addressing others on the list: I note an ethical dilemma here. It > may well be that the accused is guilty of the things they are accused > of, and invalidating this presumably-mistaken search warrant would > allow them to go

Re: [freenet-support] Question regarding legal case

2016-07-25 Thread Bert Massop
Op 25 jul. 2016 22:03 schreef "Steve Dougherty" : > Now addressing others on the list: I note an ethical dilemma here. It may well be that the accused is guilty of the things they are accused of, and invalidating this presumably-mistaken search warrant would allow them to go

Re: [freenet-support] Question regarding legal case

2016-07-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
Hi Hayley, To make sure it's clear, this is a publicly visible mailing list. I assume you've seen the news post about flawed surveillance techniques? https://freenetproject.org/news.html#20160526-htl18attack It goes over our understanding of attacks used by law enforcement and why they appear to