Changes between Version 394 and Version 395 of doc/GoodBadISPs


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    77'''Note''': This page is currently being revamped. If you would like to help out please see [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/13421 Ticket #13421]
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     9== Proposed ISPs ==
     10The table below contains some community-suggested ISPs which have yet to be contacted and/or evaluated on their policies towards Tor hosting of any kind. If you have seen a host and would like to suggest it to us, but do not have the time or confidence to reach out, please do leave their website information below.
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    918== Good experiences ==
     
    4049|| [http://vultr.com Vultr] || || Yes || Yes || Yes || || || [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ISPCorrespondence#Vultr Here] || ||
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    4351=== Austria ===
    4452-!- You should NOT host any tor exit nodes for now in Austria if you live in Austria... http://www.reddit.com/search?q=tor+austria+illegal (Or you should rather host as many exit nodes as possible in Austria to piss off government, *if* it satisfies you)
     
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    5462=== Germany ===
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    5663 * `relay [+] exit [+]` [http://weesly.de Weesly] is very liberal and allows hosting Tor in any kind. Statement in German: "Bei mir kann man alles machen was nicht gegen das deutsche Recht verstößt", in English: "With me you can do anything that does not violates German laws" (q23p, 10.06.11)
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    7986  I've asked Server4You support and they state servers with complaints about Tor will be canceled immediately (see the quote in the "Bad Experience" section)
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    81  * `relay [+] exit [-]` http://hetzner.de/ offers good dedicated root servers for a good price. You can even install your own Windows Server license via KVM console. Since I've got such a root server hosted by hetzner, I          asked them how the situation with TOR nodes is at the moment. Here is the answer (in german):
    82  "Das ist bei uns nicht direkt verboten, aber ich empfehle dies zu unterlassen. Es
    83  sei denn Sie wünschen explizit Besuch von der Kripo, Gericht usw. Das könnte Sie
    84  auch ins Gefängnis bringen. Denn Sie sind persönlich für alles verantwortlich, was
    85  über das Tor-Relay übertragen wird."
    86  This means they are allowing it but every hoster of a node should be aware that you might get some mail or visits from the police b/c you are responsible for every bit and byte that is transmitted via your relay server.
    87 But if you are looking for a hoster that is providing performance, good bandwith and much traffic.
    88 Some people in the past reported, that the technical support is really bad but my problems where solved immediately and quick.
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     88 * `relay [+] exit [-]` http://hetzner.de/ offers good dedicated root servers for a good price. You can even install your own Windows Server license via KVM console. Since I've got such a root server hosted by hetzner, I          asked them how the situation with TOR nodes is at the moment. Here is the answer (in german): "Das ist bei uns nicht direkt verboten, aber ich empfehle dies zu unterlassen. Es sei denn Sie wünschen explizit Besuch von der Kripo, Gericht usw. Das könnte Sie auch ins Gefängnis bringen. Denn Sie sind persönlich für alles verantwortlich, was über das Tor-Relay übertragen wird." This means they are allowing it but every hoster of a node should be aware that you might get some mail or visits from the police b/c you are responsible for every bit and byte that is transmitted via your relay server.
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     90But if you are looking for a hoster that is providing performance, good bandwith and much traffic. Some people in the past reported, that the technical support is really bad but my problems where solved immediately and quick.
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    9092=== United Kingdom ===
    91  *  `relay [+] exit [+]` [http://www.clustered.net Clustered.net] has nothing against Tor nodes in principle, but warned that they'd asked me to stop if a large number of abuse reports were received. My fast/stable exit node's been running there for three months now with no hassle.
     93 * `relay [+] exit [+]` [http://www.clustered.net Clustered.net] has nothing against Tor nodes in principle, but warned that they'd asked me to stop if a large number of abuse reports were received. My fast/stable exit node's been running there for three months now with no hassle.
    9294 * `relay [+] exit [+]` [https://www.gigatux.com/ Gigatux] has graciously allowed me to run a Tor relay for over a year and a half with no problems. They actually run their own relay named 'gigatux'. Customer support has been very good as well, and they have helped me handle two abuse complaints admirably. They also offer servers in the US, Germany, and Israel. -Blackpaw
    9395 * `relay [+] exit [+]` [http://bitfolk.com/ Bitfolk] allows Tor exits and relays. They are very knowledgable and understand Tor and its uses. They are hot on spam and abuse so advise changing the default exit (good idea in the UK anyhow). Any DMCA notices received were simply forwarded on without agro.
     
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    199201=== Netherlands ===
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    201202 * [https://bytesized-hosting.com/] doesn't allow tor exit nodes
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