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# 160219 28-Dec-2014 16:48
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I think this has been discussed a couple of times before, but not much obviously. Couldnt find much with the search.

 

But wondering if anyone here runs a Relay or exit node (although i doubt many do exit nodes)

What do you use to run it, And what are your experiences with it?

I hear the raspberry pi can be used as a Relay, Not sure how good it is though 

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  # 1205178 28-Dec-2014 22:47
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I'd be very surprised if anyone in NZ is running one, the risk of legal repercussions is too high here.




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  # 1205227 29-Dec-2014 07:09
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Also with the attack on them underway at the moment not the best time to get into it...

https://twitter.com/LizardMafia/status/548525026027507712




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  # 1205382 29-Dec-2014 10:55
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Lias: I'd be very surprised if anyone in NZ is running one, the risk of legal repercussions is too high here.


Exit nodes yes,

But relays are pretty low risk

If anyone did run an exit node here Tor has lots of info about running an exit node with minimal harrassment etc

Heres some FAQ about legal stuff with TOR https://www.torproject.org/eff/tor-legal-faq.html.en

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