Seems that some guys are combining some already existing
technologies to make censorship impossible. The group Cult of the
Dead Cow is planning to present on the next Defcon conference their
tool Peekabooty, which is a browser for a peer-to-peer network
using encryption to disable govermental Internet blocking.
In the stories of the BBC
the goverments of China, Singapore and a handful of other Far East
governments are mentioned. I would like to add to that that the USA
with DeCSS linking and Germany with the blocking of links should be
moentioned in the same sentence.
Needless to say that the ZDNet story contains a major ommission,
it compares this technology with Napster. While Napster is not a
peer-to-peer but a client-server technology.
I could not find any reference on the websites of Defcon or the
Cult of the Dead Cow to this piece of software so I cannot say
anything useful of the license. But thinking of Back Orifice 2000
the GPL might be an educated guess. And to trust such a piece of
software it should be Open Source at least, right ?
Fred Mobach - email@example.com - firstname.lastname@example.org
Systemhouse Mobach bv - The Netherlands - since 1976
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