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Is there a way to upload information to server so there won't be a way to detect its real IP such as by using TOR. In addition, the content of it will be shown in regular browser google search? Is there a way to make sure that search engines will always show it even if the search engines decided to take off the index?

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    No. If a search engine decides to remove the listing, it's not listed. – cacahuatl Sep 4 '16 at 0:56
  • @Avi Your question is a little confusing. Are you speaking as a website or web service admin or as any regular users without such privileges? Or both? – m894v5n74v539nm8 Sep 5 '16 at 7:42
  • Thanks, both: website or web service admin and as any regular users. – Avi Sep 5 '16 at 8:32
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It's simple: use a Tor hidden service for a separate instance of your website admin panel and log no IP inside it, like in a plugin "This post was made from IP address 1.2.3.4"... After that there's a usuall posting - via Tor - no traces found. If your website is open to Internet/Clearnet - it will be indexed just as a usual website.

The Tor itself here is just a transport layer for posting, it's not altering a website behaviour.

And, yes, if you're banned from a search engine - Tor won't help you either: Website-to-SearchEngine interaction is done completely in clearnet, as usual, no Tor involved.

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