Date: Sun Apr 16 2000 - 22:21:45 PDT
> I am reading Ian Clarke's report on Freenet now; I will post a followup
> with what I learn. It may turn out that I will need to post corrections.
- how computationally expensive is it to add new information - is it in any
way feasible to 'remove' information (is it really a member
of the Eternity class of systems). Since unaccessed info can disappear,
I suspect it may not be.
- anonymous posting is possible, but can we verify the integrity of each
message (what we are seeing is what was actually posted?).
- `Covering' mechanisms like PGP signatures bust the `anonymous'
nature of the service since these signatures can be tracked via
I think these are examined in the chap's Ph.d thesis; however, I'm am
yet to read it...
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