Sean Cassidy <sean.a.cass...@gmail.com> wrote: > First is that if the load on the network is high enough, conversations > can hide in the noise. This is helped by dummy message generation > either by clients or servers (preferably clients to protect against > attackers that can monitor every node).
Unless I'm missing something (entirely possible): From your standpoint, the ideal would be to hit a high enough rate that it makes real-time analysis of content (by a human) impossible. By the time the service hit that rate of chats, it will be nigh-unusable by people. This is more or less why chat channels (eg, IRC) were created in the first place. And that doesn't preclude outside observers from storing and correlating the chats. ~Griffin
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