I2P

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Website https://geti2p.net
Contact @geti2p,@i2p,@hottuna_i2p
Description I2P is a mixed-license free and open source project building an anonymous network. The network is a simple layer that applications can use to anonymously and securely send messages to each other.
Members Hottuna, Motp
Projects I2P
There Is No Game Tinglogo.png
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Subassembly of Noisy Square
Tags anonymity, privacy, onion routing, open source
Registered on 12 November 2016 22:26:10
Location for self-organized sessions no
Other assemblies by tags...
Location
Note: The location on the map does not represent a reservation of a location and might not represent the actual place, where a assembly can be found. The place can be changed within the form of the assembly by anyone. It will be updated by the assembly itself on day 0 or day 1 as soon as the actual location is known.
Orga contact personal@robertfoss.se
Brings 2 demo laptos
Projects Project organizational, introduction to anonymous networks
Uses money no money handling
Plays TING yes
Plays TING skills {{{Plays ting skills}}}
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 10
Extra seats 4
Assembly specification want sit public
Planning notes
past congress review

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I2P is an anonymous overlay network - a network within a network. It is intended to protect communication from dragnet surveillance and monitoring by third parties such as ISPs.

I2P is used by many people who care about their privacy: activists, oppressed people, journalists and whistleblowers, as well as the average person.

No network can be "perfectly anonymous". The continued goal of I2P is to make attacks more and more difficult to mount. Its anonymity will get stronger as the size of the network increases and with ongoing academic review. I2P is available on desktops, embedded systems (like the Raspberry Pi) and Android phones. Help spread the word!