On Sun, 2011-04-24 at 19:18 +0200, tagnaq wrote: > If you run a Tor node at your home IP address you will loose the > positive side effect of a dynamic IP address and your IP layer > anonymity > decreases to that of a static IP address because your node identity > links all your public IP addresses. You do realize that ISPs log all IP assignments anyway? So for a motivated party -- meaning, anyone who can send an email with the string DMCA in it to your ISPs "abuse" department -- there's zero anonymity in dynamic IP addresses anyway. All "anonymity" granted by dynamic IP addresses is a shallow anonymity-by-policy, which is to say it doesn't really exist.
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