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    I see Jake Applebaum on twitter talking about TOR bridges to help
    blocked Egyptians.&nbsp; This seems like something that Noisebridge could
    donate bandwidth to.&nbsp; There are no potential broken U.S. laws if we
    do.&nbsp; Considering Jake's relation to NB, maybe we already are.&nbsp; If we
    aren't, it certainly is not something that I have the expertise to
    deal with, but maybe someone who does deal with our network can do
    the necessary.&nbsp; I for one am willing to donate bandwidth to blocked
    Egyptians.&nbsp; <br>
    <br>
    Here is the link to instructions that came in on Twitter<br>
    it takes a few clicks RT @<a class=" twitter-atreply"
      data-screen-name="ioerror" href="http://twitter.com/ioerror"
      rel="nofollow"><strong>ioerror</strong></a>: Please consider
    running a Tor relay or bridge today: <a
      title="http://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-doc-relay.html.en/"
data-expanded-url="http://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-doc-relay.html.en/"
      href="http://bit.ly/18VoZO" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"
      class="twitter-timeline-link">http://bit.ly/18VoZO</a> <a
      href="http://twitter.com/#%21/search?q=%23jan25" title="#jan25"
      class=" twitter-hashtag" rel="nofollow">#jan25</a> <a
      href="http://twitter.com/#%21/search?q=%23egypt" title="#egypt"
      class=" twitter-hashtag" rel="nofollow">#egypt</a><br>
    <br>
    -Claudia <br>
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