Re: Please explain?
I was under the impression DNS queries were their own separate protocol. I think someone just got their alphabet soup mixed up or assumed anything using SSL/TLS encryption must be HTTP bases.
5 posts • joined 13 Aug 2019
More traffic and better matches, at least anecdotally, and as far as I can tell free with the exception of some formatting requirements ...what's the issue, some competitors jumped on it and get better placement for their listings? That's not anticompetitive, it using all the resources at your disposal.
That doesn't fix anything, mean while pedos find other places to share. We've seen plenty of times that banning a service doesn't fix problems that manifest there. For example, the attorneys general in the U.S bullied Craigs List to shutdown it's personals and actually shutdown Backpage (without the help of FOSTA btw). While the grand standing AGs (including presidential candidate Kamila Harris) declared it a victory over sex trafficking ,local police complained they'd lost valuable tools to tracking down sex traffickers. As bad as TOR is at least authorities know where to look and when they bust a site like Child's Play, running it themselves for several months can net hundreds of arrests including people who actual make child porn.
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