Don't do it. They don't even care if you're looking at the deep web's darker contents indirectly, they want to get rid of it and its users because basically they can't control it nor its contents. Not saying they're wrong for removing CP and CP related content at all, I'm completely fine with getting rid of that.
They don't just track all connections. That costs a lot of money to even track one person. Besides, they would only go for producers/suppliers of "illicit materials"
What happened was they paid some high level grayhat hackers to find a 0day java exploit on the newest firefox platform, and anyone stupid enough to be running with scripts on or not fully secured got infected from a fake "down for maintanence" page
SuperBadassExtraordinaire says (5:53 PM):
babysitting is ghey
Corndog says (5:53 PM):
Baron De Montesquieu..Wtf? [Czar] says (5:53 PM):
you're a breaded hotdog