If I am on a network in which the admins monitor sites accessed and possibly data downloaded; can I be confident that Tor would block them from doing this? Are there any exceptions - for example if there are too few people using Tor on the network, or can Tor be blocked without me being able to tell? (note they don't have the right to stop me having Tor on my computer)
I understand from research that there is no way I can actually stop someone from figuring out I am using Tor.
Thanks for any answers on this - I have been researching this stuff but don't understand all the technical details involved.
Also, if there are answers to this which are bad for my privacy but have a solution I can install, that would be highly appreciated.
Note - have Tor browser 5.5.3 for Windows installed, without anything else added on top (i.e. using standard version from installation)