About Tor, anonymity and exit node "sniffer"
Hello! After spending quite some hours reading about, installing it and experimenting with Tor I still have one basic question, that after all the "exit node sniffing danger" still not clear to me. I understand basically that: Tor protects my anonymity by "hiding" my ip address, thus my location, but at the exit node someone could see all the data that flows by. This is the question: No one would know where it comes from but they can read a message that I send to somebody telling them that we'll meet a 4 pm at Bennigans that day? And also they may know that someone is surfing or visiting "datingcentral.com" but is not possible to know who or where?