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What is the Tor Project's "content policy"? Where is it explained?

I believe you're misunderstanding the term "content policy". It is not about what kind of content is alloweed/welcome when using Tor or about censorship. Instead, it is a technical term that describes ...
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Adding a blacklist for known scam sites?

Replace "onion site" with "clearnet site" - your description of the threats and attack vectors could equally apply to both. The same personal security practices and behaviours should therefore be ...
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Adding a blacklist for known scam sites?

Richard's answer is correct, I'd also add some points: People operating the legitimate sites have a static address, while the people creating clones or scam sites are capable of making arbitrary new ...
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Certificate authorization spoofing

As it has been some time since I have had any experience with this sort of thing, it is unclear what exactly you mean by "certificate spoofing". However, from my understanding of MITM attacks, the ...
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