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Researchers tout new anonymity network

12
Jul
2016

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Researchers have developed a network architecture they claim is a dramatically more efficient way for users to interact anonymously. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Swiss École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne collaborated on the project, known as “Riffle networking.”

Riffle was not designed to access the broader Internet, the way many anonymous networks like Tor do. It can, however, anonymize transactions across a single network of users more efficiently — and more anonymously — than a Tor-type network or others.

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