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Re: Am I really helping tor

Roger Dingledine wrote:
> But that said, you probably won't see much traffic on your ORPort
> either, yet, since you're a bridge. At this point, bridges are a future
> step on the "blocking resistance" arms race:
> https://svn.torproject.org/svn/tor/trunk/doc/design-paper/blocking.html
> and no country has gotten that far on the arms race yet. So they're more
> a strategy that we have in reserve for the time when we need it.
> Hope that helps,
> --Roger

To sum it up, I'd better run a Bridge if really wanna help Tor project?
I am somewhat afraid of government, I realise that's a kind of paranoia
but it seems to be real in my country. So I mentioned only these lines
in torrc to use traffic:
ExitPolicy accept *:80
ExitPolicy accept *:443
ExitPolicy reject *:*

So. It is better now to run a relay and a bridge in the long term?

Thanks Roger and Scott, your information helped me.

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