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ziq wrote

Only when I need to use a site I don't trust with my IP address.

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quandyalaterreux wrote

This assumes you trust your ISP, any outside observer whether local or global, as well as all the 3rd parties used on a site.

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ziq wrote (edited )

if it's just an entertainment site I don't give a shit if those people can see my ip. noscript blocks most of them anyway.

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quandyalaterreux wrote

NoScript doesn't block them, the connections are still made and they're still loaded it's just that JS is blocked for them.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I use it all the time.

Usually I use about three browsers at a time depending on what I am doing. I'll guess it's unusual but it works for me.

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Fossidarity wrote

I use it for most things that don't need accounts. The only services with accounts that I use through Tor are Raddle and some e-mail addresses.

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E4nsscHell wrote

what about speeds? do you stream content?

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Fossidarity wrote

In general the speeds are fine for most purposes, but I won't use it for things like torrenting which is also discouraged because it puts a high strain on the Tor network.

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quandyalaterreux wrote (edited )

It's Tor, not TOR.

I use it for everything for a heck of a long time now (except when I need to connect to my ING ebank account).

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Fossidarity wrote (edited )

Off topic but I see that most of your posts are concerned with tor and are pretty high quality; would you like to mod /f/Tor?

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hipnotizarles wrote

Literally always, except if I'm streaming a show.

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sudo wrote

Always. If a website requires me to not use it, I just won't go to that website.

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V1yt47uT wrote

I use Tor for pretty much everything. Only time I'm not using Tor is for streaming or P2P traffic.

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myrark wrote

Not really unless I'm using an account already linked with Tor usage.

I've been trying out IceCat with JavaScript disabled and it seems pretty sturdy.

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pearl wrote

I don't think there's anything I don't use Tor for.

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