Georgia Tech to pursue 'transparent Internet'

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  1. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    Georgia Tech to pursue 'transparent Internet'.

    -- Tom
     
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    Well them Georgia Tech researchers are good at err, pick-pocketing money. It was this group that was part of the Blade Defender fiasco.
     
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    They must get distracted a lot, they never finished Blade Defender. Transparent, that word makes me laugh. Our particular government was supposed to change and be transparent, and we see where that went. And now these guys, who worked with said government on their last unfinished product, want to create a transparent internet...when the government is trying to take the thing over? I wonder what's in the drinking water there in Georgia?
     
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    A special kind of Koolaid.;)
     
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    When they're finished with that research, they can jump on over to the new CTIS lab, and hand them in:

    http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=222

    But they have to make copies for TEREC, too:
    http://www.terec.gatech.edu/netts.html#

    Big DoD $ at Georgia Tech.
     
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