How does the SAFE netork plan to self-regulate?


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SAFE network has come to my attention recently after digging around a bit for information on tor. SAFE isn’t just an overlay to my understanding, so it has more future potential for replacing the current paradigm of communication control. The tor network is host to all sorts of illicitous activity. I’m wondering whether and how the SAFE network will regulate that when it becomes open to the public. How exactly will that “work”? What about material that isn’t objectively harmful, but is restricted in many nations? Most people look at freedom from the angle of political dissent, but that’s not the full picture. A lot of people are going to want to exchange pornography on the SAFE network for example. If there’s already information on this, I apologize.


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Please read this topic and continue discussions there since it addresses your question. I will be moving your post there


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A post was merged into an existing topic: Recent questions about SAFE’s societal implications


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