(U) 1. Blogger Alice, who wants to be able to write to a blog in an anonymous way.
(U) 2. 8 yr. old Alice, who wants to be able to post to sites for children in a way insuring her true name and location are not discovered.
(U) 3. Sick Alice, who want to research information on her illness on the Internet while not enabling anyone to determine her true name and location.
(U) 4. Consumer Alice, who wants to research possible purchases without having a database of her marketing habits being built without (or with her weak) consent.
(U) 5. Oppressed Alice, who lives in a repressive country (no or limited free speech) and wants to talk about things contrary to her governments positions. The countries he used as examples were France, Germany (prohibitions on fascist writings?) and the US.
(U) 6. Turning to “Business Alice”, we had examples of companies not wanting to give up their business secrets to competitors via their Internet usage patterns. An anecdote was given of some business getting a different HTML page displayed when the same URL was accessed with and without TOR.
(U) 7. “Law Enforcement Alice” was concerned with the ability of anonymous agents/informants to really main anonymous when contacting their law enforcement ties.