On Tue, 14 Sep 2010 23:58:38 -0400, Uriel Carrasquilla wrote:
> > To move in DarkNet you actually have to go and talk to a person...
> > something like "Hi, do you mind introducing me to some of your
> > friends?" which may work only sometimes.
> It seems that we are pushing technology to the point that a breakdown
> to remain anonymous could be our human condition more than a
> technical one.

The human link has probably always been the weakest link in the chain.

> But we have been wrong before in regards to technology. So can we say
> that the anonymity problem in P2P networks is solved?

No, no we can't. As we've discussed, OpenNet is a tradeoff of anonymity
for useability (no need to laboriously find/add friends.) DarkNet too
has similar tradeoffs, to reduce latency and cpu usage. You can always
layer your own measures on top of this, though, to improve things.
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