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Turns out it's legal to extort people in Denmark. https://torrentfreak.com/prosecutors-drop-fraud-case-against-danish-copyright-troll-law-firm-211002/
📈 🧅 How has the use of v3 onions grown in the last year? New on the blog, a guest post from Tobias Höller on his team's research about the status of v3 onion services on the Tor network:
Started thinking about an old friend that died many years ago. Daniel was into extreme sports, did everything that's dangerous. He died when he slipped in his shower at home. It's weird why he popped up in my brain right this instance, and it's also nice to know that memories stick even when we're not here anymore.
This is a political problem. Politicians go on about helping the small companies and promoting digitalisations. Small companies can't even offer digital solutions not based on centralised services because of the most valuable resource is owned and controlled by someone else.
They're totally happy with renting out space that they paid (and pay) nothing for, for prices like 1 USD per month. Why would they help move to IPv6? Not happening. Short term solution to this is the obvious: force everyone not using their space to hand it over. What you can't use for 5 years into the future should just be handed back. Ban large ISPs from charging for IPv4 addresses to their downlinks.
There is obviously a shortage of these IP addresses and the long term solution is to replace the whole internet with IPv6, which is not likely to happen anytime soon. Because: the ones that own the internet links that we need to connect to also own the IP addresses.
Apple also has 16.7 million IPs. And AT&T has the same. And the US postal service - they don't even deliver email (nor real mail anymore). The US DoD has 233M IPv4 addresses ($9B in market value). That's like 5% of all IPs ever available. And small ISPs struggle to get 250.
Comedian/Artist. Or something.