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Operators can put together their own abuse complaint template responses from one of many templates that Tor has created: [Tor Abuse Templates](tor-abuse-templates).
It is important to respond to abuse complaints in a timely manner (usually within 24 hours). If the hoster gets annoyed by the amount of abuse you can reduce the amount of ports allowed in your exit policy. Please document your experience with new hosters on the following wiki page: [GoodBadISPs](/good-bad-isps)
It is important to respond to abuse complaints in a timely manner (usually within 24 hours). If the hoster gets annoyed by the amount of abuse you can reduce the amount of ports allowed in your exit policy. Please document your experience with new hosters on the following wiki page: [GoodBadISPs](good-bad-isps)
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## At your university
Many computer science departments, university libraries, and individual students and faculty run relays from university networks. These universities include the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT CSAIL), Boston University, the University of Waterloo, the University of Washington, Northeastern University, Karlstad University, Universitaet Stuttgart, and Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. To learn more about how to get support for a relay on your university's network, check out EFF's resources: [Tor no campus](https://www.eff.org/torchallenge/tor-on-campus.html).
Many computer science departments, university libraries, and individual students and faculty run relays from university networks. These universities include the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT CSAIL), Boston University, the University of Waterloo, the University of Washington, Northeastern University, Karlstad University, Universitaet Stuttgart, and Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. To learn more about how to get support for a relay on your university's network, check out EFF's resources: [Tor on campus](https://www.eff.org/torchallenge/tor-on-campus.html).
## At your company or organization
If you work at a Tor-friendly company or organization, that's another ideal place to run a relay. Some companies running relays include Brass Horn Communications, Quintex Alliance Consulting, and OmuraVPN. Some organizations running Tor relays include Digital Courage, Access Now, Derechos Digitales, and Lebanon Libraries in New Hampshire.
If you work at a Tor-friendly company or organization, that's another ideal place to run a relay. Some companies running relays include Brass Horn Communications, Quintex Alliance Consulting, and OmuraVPN. Some organizations running Tor relays include Digital Courage, [Access Now](https://www.accessnow.org/), [Derechos Digitales](https://tor.derechosdigitales.org), [Enjambre Digital](https://tor.enjambre.net/) and Lebanon Libraries in New Hampshire.
# More resources
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* You can check out traffic and other statistics for your relay at our [Relay Search](https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.html) (your relay will appear on "Relay Search" about 3 hours after you started it).
* There is also more info about running a relay at the [Tor FAQ](https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#HowDoIDecide).
* There is also more info about running a relay at the [Tor FAQ](https://2019.www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#HowDoIDecide).
* And, most importantly, make sure to email tshirt@torproject.org and [claim your swag](https://www.torproject.org/getinvolved/tshirt.html). It's our way of saying thanks for defending privacy and free speech online.
* And, most importantly, make sure to email tshirt@torproject.org and [claim your swag](https://2019.www.torproject.org/getinvolved/tshirt.html). It's our way of saying thanks for defending privacy and free speech online.
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The general format of these templates is to inform the complaintant about Tor, to help them to find a solution to their particular issue that works in general for the Internet at large (open wifi, open proxies, botnets, etc), and barring all else, how to block Tor. The philosophy of the Tor Project is that abuse should be handled proactively by the site administrators, rather than wasting effort and resources on seeking vengeance and chasing ghosts.
The difference between the proactive approach and the reactive approach to abuse is the difference between decentralized fault-tolerant Internet freedom, and fragile, corruptible totalitarian control. To further preach to the choir, the identity-based Internet "driver's licenses" of South Korea and China have done nothing to curtail cybercrime and Internet abuse. In fact, all [http://boingboing.net/2011/08/12/south-korea-to-abandon-real-name-internet-policy.html objective evidence] seems to indicate that it has only created new markets for organized crime to preside over. This is the core idea that these abuse complaint templates attempt to instil in the recipient. Feel free to improve them if you feel they fall short of this goal.
The difference between the proactive approach and the reactive approach to abuse is the difference between decentralized fault-tolerant Internet freedom, and fragile, corruptible totalitarian control. To further preach to the choir, the identity-based Internet "driver's licenses" of South Korea and China have done nothing to curtail cybercrime and Internet abuse. In fact, all [objective evidence](http://boingboing.net/2011/08/12/south-korea-to-abandon-real-name-internet-policy.html) seems to indicate that it has only created new markets for organized crime to preside over. This is the core idea that these abuse complaint templates attempt to instil in the recipient. Feel free to improve them if you feel they fall short of this goal.
All templates should include the Common Boilerplate below, and append some additional paragraphs depending on the specific Scenario.
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If the authorities contact your university for logs, be pleasant and helpful. Tor's default log level doesn't provide much that's useful, so if they want copies of your logs, that's fine. Be helpful and take the opportunity to explain to them about Tor and why it's useful to the world. (If they contact you directly for logs, you should send them to
your university's lawyers -- acting on it yourself is [almost always a poor idea](https://2019.www.torproject.org/eff/tor-legal-faq.html#RequestForLogs).
If there are too many complaints coming in, there are several approaches you can take to reduce them. First, you should follow the tips in the [Tor relay documentation](https://community.torproject.org/relay), such
If there are too many complaints coming in, there are several approaches you can take to reduce them. First, you should follow the tips in the [Tor relay documentation](https://community.torproject.org/relay-operations), such
as picking a descriptive hostname or getting your own IP address. If that doesn't work, you can scale back the advertised speed of your relay, by using the Max``Advertised``Bandwidth to attract less traffic from the Tor network. Lastly, you can scale back your exit policy.
Some people have found that their university only tolerates their Tor relay if they're involved in a research project around anonymity. So if you're interested, you might want to get that started early in the process -- see our [Research Portal](https://research.torproject.org/). This approach has the added benefit that you can draw in other faculty and students in the process. The downside is that your Tor relay's existence is more fragile, since the terms of its demise are already negotiated. Note that in many cases you don't even need to be researching the exit node itself -- doing research on the Tor network requires that there be a Tor network, after all, and keeping it going is a community effort.
Subscribe to [Tor Relays Universities](https://lists.torproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/tor-relays-universities) mailing list (and other education institutions too).
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