Session:Why Reinvent the Internet Protocol Stack

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Description IPv6 is history. Here come cryptographic routing systems (Freenet, Netsukuku, cjdns, GNUnet...) that allow for a GNU Internet that has no authorities to ask for IP numbers, domains, certificates. We choose end-to-end authenticity and security, anonymous and invisible to surveillance agents. We coded ourselves more than one such routing system, now it is time to explain…
  • how would a new Internet work
  • why it is the answer
  • how to get started using it
  • how to adapt applications to operate in distributed thinking
  • how to get people onto the streets asking for an Internet upgrade
  • how to shut down the mass surveillance nightmare and get back to having fun again
  • how to get our opponents to like our plan
Type Talk
Kids session No
Keyword(s) political, software, network, safety
Tags La Quadrature du Camp, Youbroketheinternet, surveillance
Processing village Village:La Quadrature du Camp
Person organizing User:LynX
Language en - English
en - English
Related to Projects:We'll Make Us A Gnu One
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Ends at 2021/06/22 06:54
Duration 60 minutes
Location Village:La Quadrature du Camp

The project page actually says a lot about it…