[tor-relays] Calling for more Exit Relays
tsiolkovsky1 at riseup.net
Tue Aug 25 02:31:05 UTC 2015
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Kimsufi's TOS explicitly forbid tor, unfortunately.
On 08/24/2015 10:07 PM, Manas Bhatnagar wrote:
> I believe he is referring to Kimsufi's offerings
> On 21/08/15 08:21 AM, 12xBTM wrote:
>> Do you have a name of that host that will run a dedicated 100Mbps
>> unmetered exit for <$10/mo? Because I was looking at Speak
>> Freely's suggestion of PulseServers with their "1Gbit unmetered"
>> VPS's for $10-$18/mo, which seems pretty reasonable if you get
>> even 20% of that bandwidth.
>> On 21.8.15 7:43, Steve Snyder wrote:
>>> On 08/20/2015 08:42 PM, 12xBTM wrote:
>>>> And #2: Cost. Take me for example, I have no trouble
>>>> handling abuse, operation, and legal things that take up
>>>> time, but it's hard to justify $X/mo towards Tor as opposed
>>>> to $X/mo towards my student loan.
>>> You can rent a real (not virtual) 100Mbps server for less than
>>> I realize that $10 can be a lot of money if you're struggling
>>> to put food on the table. For others, though, that's the cost
>>> of 2 beverages at Starbucks per month. Not such a burden.
>>> There is also the option of donating money to organizations
>>> that run exit nodes. This is less desirable than running an
>>> exit yourself (due to further concentration of exit capability
>>> by big players) but still beneficial. I doubt that they would
>>> turn away a $5/month donation.
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