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#I2P does not trust parties

Screenshot of I2P router console web UI

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I2P is an anonymising network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

I2P is still a work in progress and it should not be relied upon for “guaranteed” anonymity at this time. It is not immune to attacks from those with unlimited resources, and may never be, due to the inherent limitations of low-latency mix networks.
Still, it provides an excellent mindset fitting predatorial universes

Close open doors, and open closed minds

SVG Diagram of the "Onion Routing" P...

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Encryption of data is a great start in addressing privacy concerns. It hides what is being said. Who is saying it is still visible though. You are not anonymous, and you are being tracked.

Many parties have a stake in providing, using, observing or even preventing anonymous surfing and participation. These stalkers range from multinational corporations to national governments to disenfranchised individuals.
There’s a door. Where does it go? It stays where it is, I think.

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