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The point is, Tor relies on establishing a connection with a server which will provide content, Freenet simply distributes data and that data can come from any client/server on the network, Tor's hidden services are modeled off the traditional client server model, while Freenet operates more like a P2P network.

That difference in model is what provides a potential anonymity benefit as there's no longer a path to the origin of the content

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