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I do not know where you got that information but wherever you got it, the official documentation is more reliable:

We configure NoScript to allow JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with JavaScript disabled.

If you disable JavaScript by default but then allow a few websites to run scripts (the way most people use NoScript), then your choice of whitelisted websites acts as a sort of cookie that makes you recognizable (and distinguishable), thus harming your anonymity.

But unlike Firefox and Chrome, Tor browser have not implemented WebRTC that allows requests to STUN servers be made that will return the local and public IP addresses for the user.

I do not know where you got that information but wherever you got it, the official documentation is more reliable:

We configure NoScript to allow JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with JavaScript disabled.

But unlike Firefox and Chrome, Tor browser have not implemented WebRTC that allows requests to STUN servers be made that will return the local and public IP addresses for the user.

I do not know where you got that information but wherever you got it, the official documentation is more reliable:

We configure NoScript to allow JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with JavaScript disabled.

If you disable JavaScript by default but then allow a few websites to run scripts (the way most people use NoScript), then your choice of whitelisted websites acts as a sort of cookie that makes you recognizable (and distinguishable), thus harming your anonymity.

But unlike Firefox and Chrome, Tor browser have not implemented WebRTC that allows requests to STUN servers be made that will return the local and public IP addresses for the user.

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I do not know where you got that information but wherever you got it, the official documentation is more reliable:

We configure NoScript to allow JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with JavaScript disabled.

But unlike Firefox and Chrome, Tor browser have not implemented WebRTC that allows requests to STUN servers be made that will return the local and public IP addresses for the user.

I do not know where you got that information but wherever you got it, the official documentation is more reliable:

We configure NoScript to allow JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with JavaScript disabled.

I do not know where you got that information but wherever you got it, the official documentation is more reliable:

We configure NoScript to allow JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with JavaScript disabled.

But unlike Firefox and Chrome, Tor browser have not implemented WebRTC that allows requests to STUN servers be made that will return the local and public IP addresses for the user.

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I do not know where you got that information but wherever you got it, the official documentation is more reliable:

We configure NoScript to allow JavaScript by default in Tor Browser because many websites will not work with JavaScript disabled.