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Commit 866fe1ff authored by Gus's avatar Gus 🍕

Add question and topic models

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title: Is there a backdoor in Tor?
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key: 7
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title: What programs can I use with Tor?
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key: 6
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title: About Tor
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key: 2
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title: Can I distribute Tor?
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key: 5
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title: How is Tor different from other proxies?
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key: 4
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title: Does Tor remove personal information from the data my application sends?
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key: 3
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title: What is Tor?
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key: 1
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title: Why is it called Tor?
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key: 2
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title: Where does Tor Project stand on abusers using technology?
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key: 13
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title: I want to ban the Tor network from my service.
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key: 10
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title: Abuse FAQs
_model: topic
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seo_slug: abuse-faqs
title: Abuse FAQ
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seo_slug: abuse-faq
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key: 16
_model: question
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title: What about distributed denial of service attacks?
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key: 2
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title: How do Tor exit policies work?
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key: 4
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title: So what should I expect if I run an exit relay?
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key: 6
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title: Does Tor get much abuse?
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key: 5
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title: I have questions about a Tor IP address for a legal case.
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key: 15
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title: Tor is banned from the IRC network I want to use.
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key: 8
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title: I have legal questions about Tor abuse.
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key: 14
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title: Your nodes are banned from the mail server I want to use.
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key: 9
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title: I want some content removed from a .onion address.
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key: 12
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title: How do I respond to my ISP about my exit relay?
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key: 7
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title: I have a compelling reason to trace a Tor user. Can you help?
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key: 11
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title: Doesn't Tor enable criminals to do bad things?
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key: 1
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title: What about spammers?
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key: 3
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title: How can I chat with Tor Project teams?
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description:
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title: Why I can't join Tor-dev and other channels?
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description:
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title: Why are no numbers available before September 2011?
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key: 12
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title: And what about the advantage of the current approach over the old one when it comes to bridge users?
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key: 14
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title: Why are there so few bridge users that are not using the default OR protocol or that are using IPv6?
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key: 9
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title: What are these red and blue dots indicating possible censorship events?
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key: 15
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title: So, are these distinct users per day, average number of users connected over the day, or what?
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key: 4
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_question: model
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title: How do you know which countries users come from?
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key: 8
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title: Do all directories report these directory request numbers?
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key: 2
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title: But I noticed that the last data point went up/down a bit since I last looked a few hours ago. Why is that?
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key: 11
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_question: model
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title: Why do the graphs end 2 days in the past and not today?
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key: 10
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seo_slug: graphs
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_slug: graphs
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_model: question
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title: Why do you believe the current approach to estimate user numbers is more accurate?
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key: 13
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title: Are there more fine-grained numbers available, for example, on the number of users per hour?
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key: 5
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_model: question
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title: How is it even possible to count users in an anonymity network?
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key: 1
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seo_slug: user-estimation
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_slug: user-estimation
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title: How do you get from these directory requests to user numbers?
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key: 3
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description:
We put in the assumption that the average client makes 10 such requests per day. A tor client that is connected 24/7 makes about 15 requests per day, but not all clients are connected 24/7, so we picked the number 10 for the average client.
We simply divide directory requests by 10 and consider the result as the number of users.
Another way of looking at it, is that we assume that each request represents a client that stays online for one tenth of a day, so 2 hours and 24 minutes.
We put in the assumption that the average client makes 10 such requests per day.
A tor client that is connected 24/7 makes about 15 requests per day, but not all clients are connected 24/7, so we picked the number 10 for the average client.
We simply divide directory requests by 10 and consider the result as the number of users.
Another way of looking at it, is that we assume that each request represents a client that stays online for one tenth of a day, so 2 hours and 24 minutes.
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title: Are these tor clients or users? What if there's more than one user behind a tor client?
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key: 6
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title: What if a user runs tor on a laptop and changes their IP address a few times per day? Don't you overcount that user?
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title: What if a user runs tor on a laptop and changes their IP address a few times per day? Don't you overcount that user?
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key: 7
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title: What bandwidth shaping options are available to Tor relays?
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description:
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title: I'm behind a NAT/Firewall.
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description:
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title: Do I get better anonymity if I run a relay?
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description:
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title: I'd run a relay, but I don't want to deal with abuse issues.
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description:
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title: I'm facing legal trouble. How do I prove that my server was a Tor relay at a given time?
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description:
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title: Why can I not browse anymore after limiting bandwidth on my Tor relay?
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description:
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title: Can I use IPv6 on my relay?
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description:
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title: How can I limit the total amount of bandwidth used by my Tor relay?
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description:
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title: I want to run more than one Tor relay.
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description:
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title: My relay recently got the Guard flag and traffic dropped by half.
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description:
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title: How do offline ed25519 identity keys work? What do I need to know?
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description:
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title: How should I configure the outgoing filters on my relay?
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description:
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title: Should I install Tor from my package manager, or build from source?
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description:
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title: How stable does my relay need to be?
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description:
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title: Why is my Tor relay using so much memory?
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description:
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title: Why does my relay write more bytes onto the network than it reads?
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description:
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title: How do I decide if I should run a relay?
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description:
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title: I want to upgrade/move my relay. How do I keep the same key?
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description:
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title: What is the BadExit flag?
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description:
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title: What type of relays are most needed?
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description:
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title: Why do I get portscanned more often when I run a Tor relay?
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description:
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title: Why isn't my relay being used more?
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description:
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title: My relay is picking the wrong IP address.
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description:
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title: Why does Google show up in foreign languages?
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description:
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title: Google makes me solve a CAPTCHA or tells me I have spyware installed
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description:
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title: Gmail warns me that my account may have been compromised
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description:
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title: How do I install Tor Browser?
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description: Please see the [Installation](https://tb-manual.torproject.org/installation/) section in the Tor Browser Manual.
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title: My internet connection requires an HTTP or SOCKS Proxy
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description:
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