<<On 16 Jan 2001 03:39:53 -0500, Marc Horowitz <marc(_at_)MIT(_dot_)EDU> said:
If such databases existed, I'd want as many people as possible using
my ethernet address. It makes for plenty of reasonable doubt and
Which is, of course, how anonymizing services achieve most of their
value. If only one person is using an anonymizer, then they are still
effectively traceable. If, on the other hand, that one person is
mixed in with 140,000 other requests [an actual number] then they are
more likely to be anonymous.