[Noisebridge-discuss] Fwd: Re: [tor-talk] Statement by a group of women regarding *Appelbaum*

Cecilia Tanaka cecilia.tanaka at gmail.com
Sat Jun 11 18:17:53 UTC 2016

Sorry, I can't resist more!  It's stronger than me!  :)

Did you all read this statement?  :)

Jill Bahring: I Was Not Assaulted by Jacob Appelbaum


Quoting 'Mirimir', a voluntary collaborator of Tor Project:

"I'd say that conspiracies among Tor Project employees and volunteers to
force out and humiliate a key employee would be a serious matter, with
obvious impact on Tor development.  So it's not just Jacob's behavior that
must be reviewed.  It's also the behavior of the lynch mob.  And anyone who
behaved dishonestly and/or recklessly in this matter needs to resign.
There's no place in Tor Project for rapists.  But there's also no place
there for lynch mobs."

Tender kisses!  Sorry for my bad English!  :*

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From: "Cecilia Tanaka" <cecilia.tanaka at gmail.com>
Date: Jun 11, 2016 3:01 PM
Subject: Re: [tor-talk] Statement by a group of women regarding *Appelbaum*
To: <tor-talk at lists.torproject.org>

Oh, it is so lovely!  The world is really small, as I said times before!  <3

Joana Varon  (not Veron)  is a lovely friend of mine and we both work
voluntarily in different groups for *women's empowerment* using technology
in general.

I am a bad lawyer and tell lots of bad jokes, but Joana is a famous
researcher, famous for her intelligence and her work in the privacy area.

I didn't know about this statement, because I am being harassed for several
"friends" of mine and, just in case, I avoiding contact with everybody.  :P

Now, my day is much more beautiful and I think I love her even more,
haha!!  ;)

I bcc her in this message and  -  wow!  -  Jo, I do love you!  Thank you
for being so fair and rational in all the moments.  You are an awesome
professional and a gorgeous person.  Thank you for being, my dear!  :*

Have a lovely weekend, shiny happy people!  <3

Cecilia, la la la...  Yep, always "cecilying", Jo!  :D
On Jun 11, 2016 2:26 PM, "carlo von lynX" <lynX at time.to.get.psyced.org>

> FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Saturday 11th June 2016
> We, the undersigned, are a group of women who have been friends,
> colleagues, co-workers or partners of Jacob "Jake" Appelbaum over many
> years.
> We have decided that we must speak out due to the nature of this
> coordinated and one-sided attack on his character and work. It has become
> clear the mainstream media are unwilling to fact-check, and only too
> willing to persist in spreading uncorroborated and unfalsifiable rumor.
> This statement is to give our positive experiences with Jake from our
> first-hand, long-term perspectives, over many public and private situations.
> We do not claim to know what happened in precise situations that we were
> not present for, and we do not want to trivialise and minimise any pain
> that may have been caused. But we are observing – beyond the allegations,
> that are not for us to comment on specifically – an egregious character
> assassination is being played out with numerous defamations online and
> offline. This is not how the truth can be determined, or justice for anyone
> done, whether law enforcement is to be trusted or not.
> We would like to state that our experiences with Jake are different than
> what is often being portrayed. We know Jake to be a kind, loyal and
> dedicated person. We do understand Jake can be outspoken and provocative
> regarding a number of issues – which can come across as offensive –
> however, we have never found Jake to be as is being alleged.
> We are not apologists for any genuine wrongdoing, and as women working in
> this community we know that there are struggles around sexism. However,
> simple punitivism is not how the human rights that we all defend should be
> enforced or framed.
> We believe that an open and evidence-based discussion in this situation is
> necessary to allow our community to develop better processes to handle any
> allegations. Furiously targeting one person without allowing for proper
> fact analysis will never solve the bigger structural problem that has been
> highlighted. We should use this moment to grow and make things better, not
> destroy the movement and create divisions. We need to create a channel for
> discussions on how to make things better.
> We stand in solidarity with Jake against the way this is being handled and
> on the side of justice for all, in hope the truth on all sides will be able
> to come to light in a rational and constructive manner.
> Renata Avila, Human Rights Lawyer
> Susan Benn, Artist
> Cathleen Berger, Policy Advisor
> Geraldine de Bastion, Policy Expert
> Annegret Falter, Political Scientist
> Marie Gutbub, Journalist
> Sarah Harrison, Journalist
> Christy Lange, Writer
> Isik Mater, Infosec Specialist
> Angela Richter, Theatre Director
> Felicity Ruby, PhD Candidate
> Joana Veron, Lawyer
> The initial signatories to this statement (named above) have opened an
> email address to receive additional
> signatories as well as any other constructive comments.
> Email: dueprocess at riseup.net
> Key ID: 3D1CEF58
> Key Fingerprint: 2A1D 7685 7AF0 ADD5 F3E5 D5B0 748C FAE0 3D1C EF58
> https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/2858953/Statement-Appelbaum-11-06.pdf
> https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/2858953/Statement-Appelbaum-11-06.txt
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