Changes between Version 76 and Version 77 of faq


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Oct 20, 2010 12:47:52 PM (9 years ago)
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    105105 * __Isn't I2P encouraging copyright infringement?__
    106     * I2P is a network. We provide a framework for encrypted, anonymous communication. How our users choose to use these freedoms is entirely their call. Some people may feel more comfortable engaging in practices that may put them in some risk in the "wider world", such as filesharing, over I2P, but we don't explicitly take a view on this. Note that, to date in most regimes, copyright infringement is a civil law, or "tort", and not a criminal infraction. As a "no trusted parties" anonymizing network, there is no mechanism within the I2P software to "turn off" sites that don't meet certain criteria. There are mechanisms built into the service to mitgate against abuse, however.
     106    * I2P is a network. We provide a framework for encrypted, anonymous communication. How our users choose to use these freedoms is entirely their call. Some people may feel more comfortable engaging in practices that may put them in some risk in the "wider world", such as filesharing, over I2P, but we don't explicitly take a view on this. Note that, to date in most regimes, copyright infringement is a civil law, or "tort", and not a criminal infraction. As a "no trusted parties" anonymizing network, there is no mechanism within the I2P software to "turn off" sites that don't meet certain criteria. There are mechanisms built into the service to mitgate against abuse, however, and the operators of these services have their own policies for handling abuse. Please contact the relevant service provider in the event that network abuse is suspected.
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    108108 * __Criminal Activity (snuff/bestiality/cp/terrorism etc)__