On Fri, 16 May 2008, Frank Duignan wrote:
> bothered really). As more sites employ OpenID and require users to
> log in I wonder will the range of the "anonymous internet" shrink?
Well, there are open APs* - more people should have these, though
sadly there's some risk to private operators** - and there
anonymising proxies out there (like Tor).
* WRT54 + OpenWRT makes it pretty easy to setup a second,
rate-limited, open ESSID
** Thanks to hysteria around the fourth horseman of the internet
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