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I have no clue what you just told me, but it sounds like a 'YES'
answer to my question, so I am glad.<br>
Thank you, <br>
On 1/27/2011 3:53 PM, Josh Myer wrote:
<div>We got one (two? N?): <a moz-do-not-send="true"
<div>And (my opinion as a machine learning dude): it's key to
start running them now, it's more important to keep them
running, and it's most important to actually use Tor. Using the
network provides cover traffic, which makes statistical
correlation attacks to unmask users harder. We all certainly
have spare bandwidth to act as an exit node, and we don't need
our (https, natch) twitter or facebook transactions to be that
fast, really. By putting those things through Tor, we help
guarantee the privacy of everyone using this as a channel to
<div>When you're at the space, it's even easy: join
noisebridge-tor to put all your traffic through Tor.</div>
<div>(Also, Tor operates on donations. Kick money in to help
keep Jake et al free to focus on this: <a
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<p class="avgcert" color="#000000" align="left">No virus found in
Checked by AVG - <a moz-do-not-send="true"
Version: 10.0.1204 / Virus Database: 1435/3406 - Release Date: