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Why Did My SO Pay for a TOR Relay?


When it comes to protecting your online privacy, there are few tools more powerful than the Tor network. Tor is a free, open-source software that allows users to browse the web anonymously by routing their traffic through a series of encrypted relays. It’s a great way to keep your online activities private and secure, but it can be expensive to run a Tor relay.

That’s why I was so surprised when my significant other recently decided to pay for a Tor relay. He’s not a tech-savvy person, so I was curious as to why he would make such an investment. After talking to him about it, I realized that he was motivated by a desire to help protect the privacy of others.

My SO explained that he wanted to contribute to the Tor network by providing a secure and reliable relay for other users. He was aware that many people rely on Tor to protect their online activities, and he wanted to do his part to ensure that they could continue to do so. He also wanted to support the Tor project, which is a non-profit organization that works to promote online privacy and security.

I was really touched by my SO’s gesture, and I’m proud of him for taking the initiative to help protect the privacy of others. It’s a great reminder that even small actions can make a big difference. If you’re looking for a way to contribute to the Tor network, consider setting up a Tor relay of your own. It’s a great way to help protect the privacy of others and support the Tor project.

10 thoughts on “Why Did My SO Pay for a TOR Relay?”

  1. They may be running a Tor Relay to help the Tor network.
    Tor is a network used by many people for privacy and anonymity. A lot of people are concerned with their personal data being harvested and sold on basically.
    The best thing you can do is have a chat with them if your finances are shared.

  2. Here are some links that may help?

    The main Tor page: https://www.torproject.org/
    Tors history: https://www.torproject.org/about/history/
    Info about Tor relays: https://community.torproject.org/relay/
    There is a long Q&A list here, some of which may help you: https://support.torproject.org/, especially, https://support.torproject.org/faq/relay-donations/ and https://support.torproject.org/tbb/fake-tbb/

    If you have some other questions please do ask them and I will answer them.

  3. I can’t think of any Tor-related reason why that would show up on a card statement, which almost leads me to say that it isn’t. Ordinarily to run a Tor relay you buy VPS time from a cloud provider. There’s not really any way that would reflect on the billing side. I’m not aware of anywhere that advertises running a Tor relay OOTB as a service.

    TOR is a common abbreviation for Toronto. That could have something to do with it.

  4. tor is a decentralized anonymity network, run by volunteers from around the world.

    Maybe they support free speech, maybe they’re against censorship and online surveiliance, those are really valid concerns lately in most of western countries which try to invade everyone’s privacy more and more every year.

    Maybe they want to support people from shit countries so they can access the free, uncensored internet?

    Also, who exactly did the money go to? Some organizations will take money and run relays for you for that money. Organization that’s being tor also takes donations, but I don’t think they run relays directly.

    Anyway talk to them, communication is a key in almost every relationship! 🙂

  5. Just say hey I noticed a charge on the account for a tor relay. Was that you or did we get scammed? Considering it’s a joint account and your the breadwinner you got every right to ask her.


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