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Re: [tor-talk] ISP running Tor?
When you are running a tor node, you are in most respects making yourself an ISP, so an established ISP should have no issues with doing so. Big exception though, if your local laws require subscriber info you might be SOL.
I think the biggest obstacle might be public relations, or even a decent reason for doing so outside of political stances.
On May 20, 2011, at 4:36 PM, cmeclax-sazri wrote:
> Is it legal for an ISP to run a Tor relay, and offer Tor services to its
> customers, as distinct from a customer running a Tor relay at an ISP?
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