February 5, 2014
One of the current problems that the current Internet is facing is related to attempts to censor certain content in some places by governments and access providers, an aspect that is being sought for technical solutions that allow bypassing them to allow that users from anywhere in the world can access the content they want to see. In the minds of all of us we can have some clear examples.
A possible solution is coming from the hand of Jack Minardi, a Harvard researcher who is developing an experimental decentralized web browser, using BitTorrent Sync as a base, the BitTorrent service that is generally used for file and directory synchronization between computers, friends and coworkers. That is why this web browser is called SyncNet, whose mission is to store and distribute HTML files, images, and other web content. Minardi indicates that to add content to SyncNet you just have to add a directory of HTML files to BitTorrent Sync.
via SyncNet, the decentralized web browser to bypass internet censorship.
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