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Automatic Multicast without explicit Tunnels (AMT)
February 26, 2011, 5:38 pm
Filed under: Decentralization, ipv6, Uncategorized | Tags: , ,

About AMT
The primary goal of Automatic Multicast without explicit Tunnels (AMT) is to foster the deployment of native IP multicast by enabling a potentially large number of nodes to connect to the already present multicast infrastructure. The protocol specification can be deployed in a few strategically-placed network nodes and in user-installable software modules (pseudo device drivers and/or user-mode daemons) that reside underneath the socket API of end-nodes’ operating systems.

http://cs.utdallas.edu/amt/

http://sites.google.com/site/amtproxy/

http://tech.ebu.ch/docs/techreview/trev_2010-Q4_AMT_Kernen_Simlo.pdf



Eben Moglen – Freedom in The Cloud or The problem is Microsoft

Transcript

http://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/

Today has been a big day for press coverage of the foundation and a spreading awareness of our project. We started the day in the NY Times with a piece by Jim Dwyre (Decentralizing the Internet So Big Brother Can’t Find You). By afternoon there were also pieces in:

  • The Wall Street Journal (Freedom Box Needs A Good User Interface)
  • ZDNet (Freedom Box: Freeing the Internet one Server at a time)
  • techPresident (Egypt, Off Switches, and Internet Fragility)
  • The New York Observer (Debate: Will Americans Ever Own Their Own Servers?)
  • New Europe (Eben Moglen: A free world needs free software)
  • and even the ABA Journal (Law Prof Urges Work on ‘Freedom Box’ to Decentralize the Internet), a legal industry publication.

All these press pieces, and the many related twitter and identi.ca posts, raise some great points about the work we have ahead. We hope to address many of these points over the coming weeks and months as we continue to build the foundation and expand our public activities. All of you who are interested, please stay tuned!

 



Why Political Liberty Depends on Software Freedom More Than Ever
February 20, 2011, 9:55 am
Filed under: Decentralization, globalchange, ipv6, socialweb, society | Tags: , ,

 

Eben Moglen, Professor of Law at Columbia Law School and founder of the Software Freedom Law Center and the http://www.freedomboxfoundation.org

Today has been a big day for press coverage of the foundation and a spreading awareness of our project. We started the day in the NY Times with a piece by Jim Dwyre (Decentralizing the Internet So Big Brother Can’t Find You). By afternoon there were also pieces in:

  • The Wall Street Journal (Freedom Box Needs A Good User Interface)
  • ZDNet (Freedom Box: Freeing the Internet one Server at a time)
  • techPresident (Egypt, Off Switches, and Internet Fragility)
  • The New York Observer (Debate: Will Americans Ever Own Their Own Servers?)
  • New Europe (Eben Moglen: A free world needs free software)
  • and even the ABA Journal (Law Prof Urges Work on ‘Freedom Box’ to Decentralize the Internet), a legal industry publication.

All these press pieces, and the many related twitter and identi.ca posts, raise some great points about the work we have ahead. We hope to address many of these points over the coming weeks and months as we continue to build the foundation and expand our public activities. All of you who are interested, please stay tuned!