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[liberationtech] Looking feedback on a paper regarding the shutdown of internet in Syria

Warigia Bowman warigia at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 10:14:04 PST 2012


Dear colleagues,

I would welcome your feedback on a working paper my colleague Jean Camp and
I  have about keeping folks online during repressive regimes.

This paper does cover deep packet inspection, and some other technical and
policy solutions.

We look at Syria, Libya, Egypt, the Sudan, and Uganda.

Here is the permlink. http://ssrn.com/abstract=2101677

Please let me know what we missed.

Thank you, Warigia

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 3:27 AM, Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:

>
>
> http://yro.slashdot.org/story/12/12/05/0115214/itu-approves-deep-packet-inspection
>
> ITU Approves Deep Packet Inspection
>
> Posted by Soulskill on Tuesday December 04, @08:19PM
>
> from the inspect-my-encryption-all-you'd-like dept.
>
> dsinc sends this quote from Techdirt about the International
> Telecommunications Union's ongoing conference in Dubai that will have an
> effect on the internet everywhere: "One of the concerns is that decisions
> taken there may make the Internet less a medium that can be used to enhance
> personal freedom than a tool for state surveillance and oppression. The new
> Y.2770 standard is entitled 'Requirements for deep packet inspection in
> Next
> Generation Networks', and seeks to define an international standard for
> deep
> packet inspection (DPI). As the Center for Democracy & Technology points
> out,
> it is thoroughgoing in its desire to specify technologies that can be used
> to
> spy on people. One of the big issues surrounding WCIT and the ITU has been
> the lack of transparency — or even understanding what real transparency
> might
> be. So it will comes as no surprise that the new DPI standard was
> negotiated
> behind closed doors, with no drafts being made available."
>
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Clinton School of Public Service
University of Arkansas
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