Zombie ee cummings sends:
sorry to keep pestering you old man, but i forgot to mention the impetus for my printed newsletter is that if the country turns over control of icann to the u.n. (more or less), then it’s not that we’ll have to circumvent censorship on the web like a lot of countries are doing right now, but there are websites that will simply go away.
we will be de-listed from dns and filtered by ip address till no one can be reached. might even have to put up with a permit and license system. i could even see state sponsored cyber warfare organizations spending their time backtracking tor traffic to clobber as many entry/exit nodes as they can each day.
how many times have you preached “alternative routes of communications” in the past two years?
ergo: the printed newsletter. appalachian messenger got the jump start on that deal.
we need about a thousand more.
ink may even get taxed to death like they want to do with ammo.