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Re: [freehaven-dev] Got China questions?

Roger, thanks.  I'll ask these.  Any more, let me know.  My last email check
will be about 2 today.  Anything about RR I can help with/find out, etc.,
let me know....

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Dingledine <arma@mit.edu>
To: freehaven-dev@freehaven.net <freehaven-dev@freehaven.net>
Cc: nlogn@iname.com <nlogn@iname.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 06, 2001 8:19 AM
Subject: Re: [freehaven-dev] Got China questions?

>On Mon, Mar 05, 2001 at 07:53:39PM -0500, maxentropy3 wrote:
>> Hi all.  I'm meeting with Lin Hai tomorrow, who was involved in his own
>> horrorstory over Chinese Internet law last year (check google or just the
>> dfn site).  Guy works in computers and is interested in Red Rover.  If
>> anyone has any questions they'd like me to ask him--techie stuff I
>> think of, e.g.--please email me before 2:30 tomorrow at nlogn@iname.com
>> Alan
>* Does China block hotmail, google, geocities, akamai, etc? Does he think
>  they will? Even if we start doing organized content distribution
>  over them?
>* Is there much monitoring of internal networks? That is, is most of the
>  traffic monitoring happening on the China border, or do they watch
>  the inside too?
>* I heard that China sends you through SSL proxies, so you don't actually
>  get a private encrypted connection when you exit China. (That is,
>  there's an official and public "man in the middle" attack.) Can he
>  confirm this? If users actually do get a secure connection, is it 40
>  bit or 128 bit?

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