WolveX is also a tor relaystation (in a growing network) that everybody can use to surf the web without being traceable.
Tor sees use by many important segments of the population, including whistle blowers, journalists, Chinese dissidents skirting the Great Firewall and oppressive censorship, abuse victims, stalker targets, the US military, and law enforcement, just to name a few.
While Tor is not designed for malicious computer users, it is true that they can use the network for malicious ends. In reality however, the actual amount of abuse is quite low.
This is largely because criminals and hackers have significantly better access to privacy and anonymity than do the regular users whom they prey upon.
Criminals can and do build, sell, and trade far larger and more powerful networks than Tor on a daily basis.
Thus the social need for easily accessible censorship-resistant private, anonymous communication trumps the risk of unskilled bad actors,
who are almost always more easily uncovered by traditional police work than by extensive monitoring and surveillance anyway.
Tor has sponsorship and support from the Omidyar Network, the International Broadcasting Bureau, Bell Security Solutions, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, several government agencies and research groups, and hundreds of private contributors.
By Dutch law we are not responsible for any data transported on this relaystation via this communication line.
(just like a telephone company who is also not responsible for what is being said via their communication lines)
Tor is not illegal anywhere in the world, so using Tor by itself is fine.
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