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Old 01-20-2013, 11:44 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by BWinmill View Post
The new service has nothing to do with legality. It is about hiding the data from the service provider, so that they can deny knowledge of illegal activities, and making it difficult for law enforcement to collect evidence.
That's a very narrow view to take. If they have no knowledge of the uploaded contents, and in fact no way of knowing, it 's no longer their problem. Would you blame the USPS or Fedex for delivering illegal substances, threatening letters or similar?
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