Some time ago, @polpolrene made the following post, which has had a very great impact on my thinking about network and been a good tool for giving others the flavor of the security and privacy of individual actors' part in the functioning of SAFE.
There has been considerable evolution in the codebase since then, and significant restructuring of node duties and relationships. Especially, with Disjoint Groups, Node Aging and DataChains, a lot more stability has entered as far as longer-term relationships between nodes goes, as far as I understand things, anyway.
My question is: While all this forward progress has been made on the stability of the network structure and efficiency of data handling is obviously huge strides forward, how does it affect the obscurity of all actors over the long haul?
Not that peeling one or two of the seven or eight encryption and obfiscation layers off would be a deal-breaker, in order to improve network function, but I'm just left with that question, from my Simpleton's perspective, of course.