Changes between Version 84 and Version 85 of faq


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Nov 10, 2010 3:42:57 AM (8 years ago)
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    111111 * __Criminal Activity (snuff/bestiality/cp/terrorism etc)__
    112    * Through the provision of a DNS overlay that allows I2P users to map b32 public encryption keys to a memorable .i2p domains, users can have easy to remember domains on I2P for their webservers etc, though it's entirely optional. If a service is made available this way and is seen to contain questionable material, revoking the service's .i2p domain is likely to happen.
     112   * Through the provision of a DNS overlay that allows I2P users to map b32 public encryption keys to a memorable .i2p domains, users can have easy to remember domains on I2P for their webservers etc, though it's entirely optional. If a service is made available this way and is seen to contain questionable material, removing the service's .i2p domain from published lists is likely to happen, though each service operator is free to determine their own rules. There is no official I2P DNS overlay, though we now (will soon) have 2 i2p dns registrars providing free .i2p domains. The very decentralized, no trusted parties nature of I2P means that it's virtually impossible to censor a website, only make it slightly more difficult to discover for new users.
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    113114   * If a service operator chooses not to make his service visible this way, then it's much harder to discover the service, and more or less impossible to shut it down. Similarly, the main torrent tracker on I2P, http://tracker2.postman.i2p also implements some fundamental requirements with regard to content that prohibits certain nefarious types of content including, snuff, gore and child pornography.
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