All I can say is … “Its about time”
While TOR does provide you with the ability to be anonymous that isn’t the full extent of its use.
There’s no reason to let your ISP know when or whether you’re visiting Facebook. Same goes for Facebook’s upstream ISP, or some any other agency on the Internet, to learn when and whether you use Facebook.
Facebook is used by companies, media, freedom-fighters, and people who want to simply share the news and most of thee people may be in locations where access to Facebook is blocked and TOR enables them to reach out.
Always remember “Tor as a communications tool to give users freedom to choose what sites they visit”
For more info that I have shared about TOR, check out the following:
My Introduction to Tor Hidden Services
My Quick TOR Socks / Web Proxy
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