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I see Jake Applebaum on twitter talking about TOR bridges to help
blocked Egyptians. This seems like something that Noisebridge could
donate bandwidth to. There are no potential broken U.S. laws if we
do. Considering Jake's relation to NB, maybe we already are. 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. I for one am willing to donate bandwidth to blocked
Here is the link to instructions that came in on Twitter<br>
it takes a few clicks RT @<a class=" twitter-atreply"
rel="nofollow"><strong>ioerror</strong></a>: Please consider
running a Tor relay or bridge today: <a
href="http://bit.ly/18VoZO" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"
class=" twitter-hashtag" rel="nofollow">#jan25</a> <a
class=" twitter-hashtag" rel="nofollow">#egypt</a><br>