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On the face of it, forcing tor to be 'geo-diverse' (dread word) is fairly 

The option is called NodeFamily. Ask the author of your favourite tor 
controller to implement something like 'Enforce Geoographical Diversity'  and 
instruct tor to treat all servers in the same country as a nodefamily.

Of course, you could also do it yourself using:


The chances are Tor itself will never do this for you - it has kludge written 
all over it. Also while it might mitigate looping through the same ISP at 
entry and exit, it will probably make you statistically *more* likely to hit 
a global adversary, such as, erm,  world gentil(l?)ery.

Thoughts anyone? Worth doing?

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