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Hold on… the Tor network does not solve the browser printing problem. To mitigate finger printing you need the Tor Browser. You also must forgo plugins/extensions, because they are finger printable… which includes extensions that are designed to protect your privacy. So no simple answer.

Also note that Tor Browser devs not all that competent. They have defaulted the search engine to one that promotes privacy abuse (DuckDuckGo), and they refused to edit the padlock icon for HTTPS connections to CloudFlare (see the bug reports). And note as well that their bug tracker is ironically hostile toward Tor users – which means bugs (incl. security bugs) are going unreported. So not a good project to be trusting.

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