The economics of resisting censorship

  • Danezis G
  • Anderson R
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Early peer-to-peer systems sought to resist censorship by distributing content randomly over the entire Internet. The most popular ones simply let nodes serve the resources they were most interested in. The authors offer the first model inspired by economics and conflict theory to analyze such systems' security

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  • George Danezis

  • Ross Anderson

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