What is Decentralized Internet?

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  1. Well, I believe using Open DNS & Google DNS on your ISP router page, then, using a Firewall to block your ISP’s DNS, surely gives you enough privacy ?

  2. Wonder if they’ll have a JonDo-like set of mixers in different countries, as well as plain P2P, otherwise it’s just Tor at best. Thanks for this article; like you, I’m academically interested in what any, if any, 2016 final network looks like, but remember NSA, UK, ISPs, and the like will probably not be too pleased with the concept even if it could be “backdoored” and simply was a free/cheap alternative to ISP internet. Cheers!

  3. Not at all! DNS is the place which gives you the exact location of the address you seek. If you ask it to another person rather than your ISP, its OK, but still spoofing/watching/analysing you is child’s work for ISP or governments.

  4. Governments’ use Javascript Code Injection, my ISP used to send me alerts via javascripts, but, I keep changing my Network MAC Address using Technitium TMAC & keep changing the name of my System at random intervals, used OpenDNS on my ISP router page & used a Firewall to block my ISP DNS .
    IT WORKS, I DON’T GET ANY JAVASCRIPT ALERTS, I USE ANTI- KEY LOGGER, MY ISP IS CLUELESS ABOUT MY ACTIVITIES, THIS WORKS, NOW, USE A VPN SOFTWARE, ISP HAS NO IDEA AS TO WHAT I AM DOING, BELIEVE ME……………….

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