[tor-relays] large server farms

Duncan dguthrie at posteo.net
Mon Feb 20 01:41:47 UTC 2017


This seems like it would centralize some of the network. There are
already concerns about regular data-centers being able to access Tor
relays - someone malicious (yourself, someone compelling you, another
party etc) could then have access to lots of Tor relays at once, for
good or ill.

Have you considered these issues at all?


On 20/02/17 00:44, contact at charlieluna.com wrote:
> I'm highly interested in us creating a large server farm for Tor
> services. The only question is how to get the coaxial cable ran from
> the server facility to each subscriber. The power requirements could
> be handled by solar and wind systems and any water needs can be
> created by means of water collection systems and solar heat collectors
> for hot water. I think it's totally feasible. What do you guys think?
> Also, I'm very hardcore about taking back the internet for the people.
> No more of this for-profit stuff where we get throttled and our
> freedom of speech is abridged. Internet for the people is a means of
> freedom of speech. Let's take it back.
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