w at grabhive.com
Sat Nov 23 06:31:08 UTC 2013
I have setup completely open Tor WiFi hotspots in both my home and my office. They are labeled "%SSID% (Tor)" to give advanced users the idea, but I'm doing no more than that. The bandwidth overhead is manageable and the risk to me is of course minimized. IMHO all hotspots should come pre-configured like this. If they did, we would have many more open networks and perhaps much less of an excuse to aggressively filter known Tor IPs.
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On Nov 22, 2013, at 7:17 PM, Jacob Appelbaum wrote:
> And what is the risk of barebacking with a network?
> Why should I let traffic trace back to my network? Does that user gather
> my consent for every action that will be tied to me? No.
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