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Support Record and Movie Production Companies. (psych)

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Dirty_habiT, Nov 15, 2002.

  1. Dirty_habiT

    Dirty_habiT Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Support Record and Movie Production Companies. (psych)

    Discussion started by Dirty_habiT - Nov 15, 2002

    What is Freenet?
    Freenet is a large-scale peer-to-peer network which pools the power of member computers around the world to create a massive virtual information store open to anyone to freely publish or view information of all kinds. Freenet is:

    * Highly survivable: All internal processes are completely anonymized and decentralized across the global network, making it virtually impossible for an attacker to destroy information or take control of the system.
    * Private: Freenet makes it extremely difficult for anyone to spy on the information that you are viewing, publishing, or storing.
    * Secure: Information stored in Freenet is protected by strong cryptography against malicious tampering or counterfeiting.
    * Efficient: Freenet dynamically replicates and relocates information in response to demand to provide efficient service and minimal bandwidth usage regardless of load. Significantly, Freenet generally requires log(n) time to retrieve a piece of information in a network of size n.

    www.freenetproject.org
     
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  2. loudhardfast

    loudhardfast 12oz Member

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    loudhardfast - Replied Nov 15, 2002

    no
     
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  3. effyoo

    effyoo 12oz Elite Member

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    effyoo - Replied Nov 15, 2002

    it sounds like a good idea....
     
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  4. sneak

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    sneak - Replied Nov 15, 2002

    ^^dont they all?