inbonobo: As its name suggests, ODDNS (Open and Decentralized DNS) is an open and decentralized DNS system running on the P2P (Peer-to-Peer) model. (via ODDNS: Decentralized and Open DNS To Defeat Censorship | TorrentFreak)
It’s creator, web developer Jimmy Rudolf, told PCinpact he invented the system with two specific aims in mind.
- The first, and of most interest to people fighting censorship, is to “show governments that it is not possible to prevent people from talking.”
- The second, of interest to anyone who owns and maintain their own domain names, is to take back control of them. “I find it absurd to have to regularly pay for a domain name,” Rudolf explained.
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