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Re: Kaspersky wants to make Tor illegal and supports a globalized policed internet.

On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 08:41:28AM -0500, Flamsmark wrote:

> > I want very much for it to be real.
> Looks like a bunch of gibberish to me; and not very good gibberish at that.

It might well that it is gibberish, but the concept itself
is sound. You can route simply (using only local knowledge) 
in dense node assemblies (both 2d and 3d) where link density 
decays with distance, especially if link latency is a good 
measure of distance, which is especially 
true for very large networks and/or for line of sight and/or 
relativistic cut-through.

With DTN this can be used for mobile nodes, whether on
foot, car, balloon, plane or birds in LEO. 

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