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Re: How anonymity software landscape will look
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Very true. Add to this the use of secure apps. This means no Skype,
which codes your local IP into headers, etc.
Frivolous lawsuits. Unlawful government seizures. It's a scary world
Protect your privacy, keep what you earn, and even earn more income at:
Watson Ladd wrote:
> For content retrieval: Freenet/Gnunet.
> For anonymous services: I2P(possibly)
> For anonymous Internet: Tor
> For anonymous email: Onion Routers
> Each piece of software fills a niche in this hierarchy. Tor is the most
> important as it lets people use existing applications anonymously. Sure,
> Tor will have .onion forever, and I2P will have gateways to the
> Internet, but they are optimized for different things. That's why we
> can't just use one solution. Each one fills or will a different need.
> -Watson Ladd
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