Applications over Freenet: a Decentralized, Anonymous Gaming API?
Jun 13, 2001 By Brandon Wiley
Freenet isn't just a file-sharing network designed to resist censorship of all kinds. For the slightly crazed among us, it's actually a platform for writing decentralized, anonymous, secure applications. For those that think of Freenet as another Napster, this seems more than a little insane. But for those that think of Freenet as another WWW, this seems insane but neat. Some of the individuals in
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