Lebanon Library To Support Tor, Causes Debate

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A huge debate between law enforcement and civil libertarians ensued after Kilton Public Library from Lebanon, New Hampshire, announced its intention to dedicate their computers to become part of the Tor network.

This decision was met with strong disapproval from the law enforcement authorities; but, the civil libertarians also found their voice in the matter.

Apparently, the library’s intention in this whole thing was inspired by the long-preserved tradition of libraries across the world and ages being known as institutions that provide knowledge to the people; they were always considered a synonym for a place where freedom of speech and intellectual freedom were practiced. So, it was considered an evolutionary step – the decision of the library to actively participate in the Tor network.

Homeland security is an American umbrella term for the concerted national effort to ensure a homeland that is safe, secure, and resilient against terrorism and other hazards where American interestsHowever, it didn’t go unnoticed – the Department of Homeland Security reached out to contact the library and express their concerns about the recent decision.

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