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RE: [GNUnet-developers] court rules "willful blindness is knowledge"

From: Kenneth Stailey
Subject: RE: [GNUnet-developers] court rules "willful blindness is knowledge"
Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 06:43:07 -0700 (PDT)

So when a court asks you "are you running software that deliberately conceals
copyright violations?" will your argument help?

--- jan marco alkema <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello Kenneth, Ruslan, Igor,
> >So, there is no central control. You need an entry
> point (e.g. from a guy you trust) and the rest works
> by sort-of an auto-discovery.
> If I work at then I am searching for Ip addresses who
> publish copy protected intellectual property (software, etc).
> Like gnutella gnunet can give you Ip addresses of gnunet nodes.
> If I download a file with gnunet. I know from which node I get which blocks
> of the file. I only not know which node has the complete file. This node
> published the copy protected property. Gnunet nodes can route the blocks of
> the file on the gnunet network without having the file in complete form.
> Suggestion:
> I make a "virtual" gnunet network of all my friends.
> Friend 1: piet: "Global Unique IDentifier=23423232"
> Friend 2: mary: "GUID=21121221"
> Friend 3: carl: "GUID=43343443"
> ..
> Friend N: klaas: "GUID=2323388"
> Carl makes a virtual gnunet network of his friend, etc.
> Friend 1: niels: "GUID=2122332"
> Friend 2: willem: "GUID=4332323"
> ..
> Friend N: martijn: "GUID=232321"
> If I do a search for something I ask my friends if they have it. If they
> haven't, they ask there friends for what I want. Only feedback should come
> from a friend of mine. N.B. No Ip address of no friend of my should be given
> to me, because I could work at
> Greetings Jan Marco

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