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    7676|| [http://weesly.de Weesly] || || Yes || Yes || Yes || 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 violate German laws". Note that you should let them know about your intention when ordering a server or in advance. (ch, 06/2013) || || || q23p, 06/10/2011 ||
    7777|| LeaseWeb || || || || || Although its located in the [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/GoodBadISPs#Netherlands Netherlands], Germans could try Leaseweb. They're hosting more than one *big* Tor-server and are quite tolerant. || || || anonym, 4/2010 ||
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    79  * `relay [+] exit [+]` EUServ seems to be a good ISP for Tor (see what they think [http://faq.euserv.de/content/1/149/en/is-tor-irc-or-another-proxy-service-allowed-on-the-server-.html?highlight=tor here]). They have a bad support, but if you know how to maintain your server, this ISP is a good choice. --[wiki:JensKubieziel] (http://identi.ca/notice/15888906) Update(11.09.22014: The AGB forbid Tor exit nodes.
    80  * `relay [+] exit [+]` [https://ebonytales.com Ebony Tales Inc.] allows Tor relays if IRC/SMTP is blocked. However, very hard to obtain a server since it requires a vouch from an existing customer.
    81  * `relay [+] exit [+]` IPX-Server.de (DE) has generous traffic limits (there are contracts including 1TB/Mo) and behaves as I'd expect it from good partners. Some BSA-notice regarding Torrents arrived, they informed me and told me to stop this "illegal activities" and said, after reading and (at least it seems so) understanding my reply explaining Tor with "ok, we won't interfere, your problem".
     78|| [http://euserv.de EUServ] || || || Yes || No || See what they think [http://faq.euserv.de/content/1/149/en/is-tor-irc-or-another-proxy-service-allowed-on-the-server-.html?highlight=tor here]). They have a bad support, but if you know how to maintain your server, this ISP is a good choice. --[wiki:JensKubieziel] (http://identi.ca/notice/15888906) The AGB forbid Tor exit nodes. || || || ||
     79|| [https://ebonytales.com Ebony Tales Inc.] || || || Yes || Yes || Ebony Tales Inc. allows Tor relays if IRC/SMTP is blocked. However, very hard to obtain a server since it requires a vouch from an existing customer. || || || ||
     80|| [https://www.ipx-server.de/ IPX-Server] || || || Yes || Yes || IPX-Server has generous traffic limits (there are contracts including 1TB/Mo) and behaves as I'd expect it from good partners. Some BSA-notice regarding Torrents arrived, they informed me and told me to stop this "illegal activities" and said, after reading and (at least it seems so) understanding my reply explaining Tor with "ok, we won't interfere, your problem". || || || ||
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    8282 * `relay [+] exit [?]` http://www.keyweb.de/ offers cheap and reliable Virtuals Servers with 2GB HDD-space and liberal policies. The cheapest VPS is around 8 Euros. Not useful for high traffic nodes, they limit heavily after 5TB   ''Update 2014-10-15'' ISP has re-confirmed by e-mail that exit nodes are acceptable.
    8383 * `relay [+] exit [-]` [http://afterburst.com Afterburst (formerly Fanatical VPS)] provides unmetered VPS on 1000mbps line. Fair usage applies. Quoting Nick from the team: "Yes hosting tor relays is allowed, however depending on the VPS you choose you'll probably want to enforce a speed limit". The Micro package fair usage is 1-2mbit a second which I gladly honor. Been hosting an exit relay since November 2011.  As of March 2014 exit nodes are not allowed according to their acceptable use policy.