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An introduction to GNUnet

An introduction to GNUnet

Posted Dec 8, 2005 15:14 UTC (Thu) by rvfh (subscriber, #31018)
Parent article: An introduction to GNUnet

At its heart, GNUnet is a mechanism to share content with others without revealing who generated the content or who accessed it. It also provides intermediate nodes in the network with the ability to deny knowledge of the contents of any traffic they forward because they are unable to decrypt it.

I have been telling my friends for some time now that one day we would have the 'underground internet', where a group of people (maybe large) would communicate and share without the rest of the users (and corporations/governments) knowing what is going on, and moreover, without being able to stop them. Unless I am greatly mistaken, this kind of project could make it happen: give me your public key and I give you mine. Now we can talk!

Keep up this good work, so we can live free.


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