Sounds great. Now all we have to do is install it in American
schools and libraries!
Gordon Mohr wrote:
> I wrote:
> > Would you locally install software from a company with CIA
> > ties, to help others achieve unblockable, anonymous web access?
> > Methinks an open-source version of TriangleBoy would enjoy
> > greater uptake.
> Whoops! I spoke too soon, before reading all the site's info:
> March 6, 2001
> SafeWeb Releases Source Code of New Technology Designed to
> Defeat Blocking and Filtering of Web Sites
> And the Chinese won't easily be knocking SafeWeb out of the
> digital skies:
> March 13, 2001
> Chinese Government Attempts to Block Access to SafeWeb
> Silicon Valley startup answers with Triangle Boy technology
> in effort to combat Internet censorship
> I guess this is why the CIA likes SafeWeb -- what could be
> more subversive against anti-american regimes than unfettered
> internet access?
> - Gordon
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