Suppose I am at an institution and download the Tor Browser (they now know I am using Tor) for research on a highly controversial subject.
If I use the downloaded Tor browser immediately and visit for example http://example.com (not https), what will the insitution know? Also suppose I am connected to the through an ethernet cable, using their computer (assume they do not have their own certificate installed. that is I am not being MITM).
If they review their logs and no law enforcement is involved, what can they know?
Do they know I am viewing example.com or do they only know I am connected to a Tor node?
Can they see what I am viewing (the actually web content)?
What if I visit HTTPS websites?
Is there anything I should know before doing this research? (research is on legal stuff: not CP and the like)
Assume I will only visit clear text websites - not onion sites
I also do not care that they know I am using Tor