Tor preserves your online anonymity through its unique onion routing in which your encrypted data passes through several intermediary nodes. Each node is peeled back one at a time much like an onion. None of them know anything about the origin of your data or your final destination thus protecting your identity. There is a drawback though. Since the traffic in Tor is routed through multiple onion relays it can significantly reduce your browsing speed. Also ISPs can restrict or throttle Tor traffic without prior warning. Tor FAQs say that their main focus is security and not speed. 8230 Read more.
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