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Re: [tor-talk] Question about possible increased risk of censorship when running (the same) Tor node as a relay and later as a bridge

On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 8:27 PM, Griffin Boyce <griffinboyce@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> So if your bridge would otherwise be
> private, rolling up a TorCloud instance instead is a solid choice.  If
> you're running it from your home network, maybe check to see if your IP
> address is the same as it was before (if possible)?

It's a dedicated box with a static IP, so I know for sure it's the same
one. But TorCloud for a {private,whatever} bridge sounds like a good idea!

> The network is pretty visible.  China seems to actively be seeking out
bridges anyway (and I would assume that this applies to other
oppressive countries as well).

Indeed.. as I take it, obfsproxy (some or other) pluggable protocols seem
to still work for China users (though not sure anymore of course).. in any
case, the situation is, as I understand, more or less how I expected it to
be. Thank you!
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