[tor-relays] Determining geographical locations for a new exit relay would help most

Seth list at sysfu.com
Fri May 1 16:32:10 UTC 2015

I'm standing up a new exit relay on the VULTR network. How would a person  
go about determining which location is in most need of additional exit  
relay capacity?

Available locations: https://www.vultr.com/locations/

* Miami, Florida
* Chicago, Illinois
* New York / New Jersey
* Dallas, Texas
* Seattle, Washington
* Atlanta, Georgia
* Los Angeles, California
* Silicon Valley, California
* (AU) Sydney, Australia
* (Asia) Tokyo, Japan
* (EU) Amsterdam, NL
* (EU) London, UK
* (EU) Paris, France
* (EU) Frankfurt, DE

Also, curious to hear people's thoughts on any potential jurisdictional  
arbitrage benefits to be gleaned by choosing a location other than ones  
country of residence or citizenship.

For the sake of argument, consider a VULTR account opened by U.S. citizen  
residing in the U.S. Choopa LLC (VULTR parent company) is also a US based  
company. http://start.cortera.com/company/research/k5o8lvm2j/choopa-llc/

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