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According to:

With a letter from the Hamburg tax authorities, the Wau Holland
Foundation's charitable status (tax exemption) was reinstated, applying
retroactively for 2011.

Ryan Carboni:
> What is Cryptome?
> "Cryptome welcomes documents for publication that are prohibited by
> governments worldwide, in particular material on freedom of
> expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national
> security, intelligence, and secret governance -- open, secret and
> classified documents -- but not limited to those."
> A trollish statement saying, "everything in short".
> Cryptome insinuated that Protonmail is less secure after using an
> israeli reverse proxy (
> https://web.archive.org/web/20160318180805/https://cryptome.org/2015/11/protonmail-ddos.htm
> ). How is it less secure?
> Protonmail's response:
> https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/protonmail-israel-radware/
> It says something if Fox News allowed a favorable AP report on
> Cryptome on their website:
> http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/03/09/older-less-flashy-than-wikileaks-cryptome-perseveres-as-favored-site-for.html
> https://web.archive.org/web/20160329170005/http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/12/07/cryptome_on_wikileaks/
> John Young states that Wikileaks is a criminal organization for needing money.
> Compare and contrast Cryptome and Wikileaks:
> The Wau Holland Foundation collected $1.2 million for Wikileaks, and
> later no longer could recieve donations from Paypal, while it's
> charitable status was challenged and revoked by German authorities.
> Cryptome is now a non-profit.