I’m well known for not being a fan of censorship. However this @EFF piece is written in haste. Solutions to implement end point filtering that’s limited to e.g. child exploitation MAY exist. https://t.co/hkl1Dj7PJw 3 atbildes

Kirils Solovjovs
(02.11.2019 19:12:18)
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I’m well known for not being a fan of censorship. However this @EFF piece is written in haste. Solutions to implement end point filtering that’s limited to e.g. child exploitation MAY exist. https://t.co/hkl1Dj7PJw
Kirils Solovjovs
(02.11.2019 19:15:32)
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@EFF We could fuse tech used in certificate transparency with user-sourced reporting. (A subset of (more progressive)) users could install an addon that monitors hash matches on their own devices.
Kirils Solovjovs
(02.11.2019 19:22:31)
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@EFF When something that should be allowed triggers a match, proof of abuse is immediate since the user can produce a legitimate file that can be shown to match the hash of ostensibly illegal file. Not less importantly proof is easily reproducible.
Kirils Solovjovs
(02.11.2019 19:24:39)
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@EFF At that point community, regulators and others can act like in any other cases of unlawful censorship. Which for repeat offenses in some European countries could be as harsh as forced closure of the company.