the future of TOR is in encryption not hosting the underworld and so it is a networkservice

as an ISP you could already propose a clean TOR relay service

the only thing you will have to do for legal reasons is to put a proxy behind it so that you can go on the whole of the internet except onion sites (just one blocking rule in fact)

and if you go on it to do something awfully wrong, it will be in the logs

but for their business clients it would be useful to go on a respected and trusted relayserver and be able to communicate with a host of countries and clients without endangering your privacy or confidential information

fundamentalists won't like it, but I think it is the kind of service that will make TOR available on a reliable scale for the real purposes that it was put into place

source http://www.businessweek.com/printer/articles/179773-the-inside-story-of-tor-the-best-internet-anonymity-tool-the-government-ever-built

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