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Internet Censorship Arms Race Gets New Weapon From Georgia Tech

July 9th, 2010 07:10 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

coondoggie writes “Trying to get out in front of what they call a censorship arms race, a team of researchers has come up with technology that lets users exchange messages through heavily censored networks in countries such as China and North Korea in hidden channels via user-generated content sites such as Twitter or Flickr. Researchers with the Georgia Tech School of Computer Science will demo the technology known as Collage for the first time at next month’s Usenix security conference and ideally have a working package the public can download by the end of August.”

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