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Re: P2P revisited.
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Who would do this blocking? Some examples would be nice. I think most
ISP's don't want customers to leave instead of use their full
Watson Ladd <watsonbladd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If we created a P2P client using Tor that acted as an exit node we
could get a lot more users, a lot more traffic, and a lot more
capacity, all adding to the anonymity Tor provides. Any downsides?
While it could motivate some people to run Tor on their servers
and thus adding capacity, I believe it's more likely that it
would motivate more people to block as much Tor traffic
as possible and lead to congestion of the network.
"Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little
Temporary Safety deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."
- -- Benjamin Franklin
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