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Re: [tor-talk] Why do you use Tor?

I began using Tor as a way to circumvent censorship... so anonymity or
privacy were not my primary goals. Some of you may know that I made a
program called ProxAllium which keeps Tor running in the background so
that I can use the SOCKS proxy in my browser to circumvent censorship.

These days it is different though, as I have switched to Linux as my
main operating system and therefore could not use my own program. I also
have a VPN and use Mozilla-Cloudflare's DoH DNS to circumvent DNS-based
censorship from my ISP...

Regards, TheDcoder.

On 10/12/18 10:35 PM, Nathaniel Suchy wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm curious to learn the reasons that various people on the lists, for those who are comfortable sharing, why they use Tor. I'm also curious as to whether users on this list only use Tor or if there are times they use a normal browser (if so what tasks).
> I use Tor mainly as an incognito browser probably once or twice a day depending on my needs. Often there's things I don't want to leave in a browser history or my home ISP to know about. It's also nice if I want to watch a specific video or resource on a website and don't want it in my recommendations later on. That said there are some things I just look at in Safari (please don't judge me for using a WebKit Browser :P    )
> What about people on this list? Look forward to hearing from you all :)
> Cordially,
> Nathaniel Suchy
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