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Re: [GNUnet-developers] naive question

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] naive question
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2019 10:59:18 +0100
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Yes, I have been wondering along those lines myself. At least in theory
the new law should be the death knell for the client-server architecture
where user interactions are intermediated by platform operators that
then become liable. So again in theory a desireable outcome would be
disintermediation, aka a p2p architecture.

So where today p2p solutions compete with client-server architectures,
which are  more easy to scale, to build a business around and to make
usable. But if the law makes client-server illegal, then those
advantages go away...

All hail our corporate overlords!

Eternally optimistic


On 2/15/19 10:40 AM, Catonano wrote:
> in these days, I'm reading about this EU regulation about copyright and
> the on line world
> I'm wondering: should this regulation pass and be adopted, will this be
> an advantage for Gnunet ?
> Won't this worsen the situation in regard to Propaganda and manipulation ?
> I mean if people are forced to go clandestine, that opens a whole cans
> off worms, doesn't it ?
> Or maybe will it make it better instead ?
> I'm afraid that this thing will pass
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