> But now we're back to the question: how can Tor be improved to deal with
> this very serious and important problem?  What are the steps that might
> be taken, however imperfect, to reduce the amount of abuse coming from
> Tor nodes?

That's trivial: charge Tor-originated users for editing. That 0.0001% (all
three of them) that actually contributes to Wikipedia will be resourceful
enough to create untraceable payment accounts.

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