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Re: [tor-talk] Running a Tor exit node on a VPS: does location of node matter?
Ideally, one would place exits in countries that have little or no exit
Make sure you know the legal implications in both your home country and
the country where the node is.
On 05.06.2013 17:02, Bernard Tyers - ei8fdb wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am researching running a Tor exit node on a hosted VPS. I am currently looking at a big list of VPSs (www.lowendbox.com - thanks Moritz).
> Most are similar - bandwidth, RAM, disk, IPs, etc.
> For me as the operator of the node, does the location of the node, or more importantly the location of the datacentre/s where the VPS will live have any impact?
> As a European country citizen does it make sense to locate the node in the US/Canada/Asia/Europe?
> NB: I have no intention of using this node for illegal purposes, but seeing as this is the Tor network I cannot guarantee illegal usage will not occur.
> Any thoughts?
> Bernard / bluboxthief / ei8fdb
> IO91XM / www.ei8fdb.org
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