Offtopic: not exactly; i for example would love to run a few local clearnet services as a worldwide torservice, and i don't need to stay anonym. and one could argue that you help your users avoid bad exits, because they don't need a real exit node AFAIK.
J On 16-09-20 15:01:41, m...@beroal.in.ua wrote: > Offtopic. > As I understand, Onion websites are for website owners who wish to be > anonymous. If an owner of an Onion website published a similar HTTP website, > that owner pretty deanonymized himself/herself via the IP address, the > domain name, etc, of the HTTP website. The same applies if you replace "a > HTTP website" with "a social network account where you advertise the Onion > website." > > On 17.09.16 23:50, Alec Muffett wrote: > >One of the questions I get asked lots is "How [do I] set up a Onion site to > >be an Onion equivalent to my [normal WWW website]?" > > > >Some people call these "onion mirrors" or "onion copies" of [a website] - > >but I feel that those are narrow, perjorative and incorrect descriptions. > > --
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