Eugen Leitl on Mon, 15 Nov 2010 12:30:19 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Steve Coll: Leaks (The New Yorker)

On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 10:29:40PM -0600, Brian Holmes wrote:
> I am nonplussed by the seeming compulsion of people on this list to
> find some way of debunking Wikileaks and explaining that it too is

I think the biggest problem WikiLeaks has that it requires 
an organisation, with need for centralized servers to publish
what would have been much better done in a globally distributed
cryptographic system run by a network of volunteers.

It's pretty obvious that something like user-run Tahoe

(with synergies from I2P2, Tor and Freenet) would 
be much, much more difficult to shut down or its operators to harass
nor would it require an operational budget via a central

With access gateways it would not even require software
installation, further removing access threshold for nontechnical

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