No one knows where any chunk of data is stored on the network, and each chunk will have multiple copies. So it’s certain that a file of any size will be spread pretty much all over the network, i.e., all over the world and the location those chunks would be stored in would be subject to moving, though nobody could know where or when, just that they are there when you call for them. Sounds pretty fantastic, but that is the design of the network.
I’d say that once the SAFE network proves it worth and cost savings to the government bodies then there will be a relaxation of those requirements and certain, if not all, data will be allowed to be stored on SAFE. But don’t count on it.
So would it be a possibility to start a separate network and interface it with the main SAFE network?
There is always the hope that in the long term government would come on-board, but I think we need a pathway to migrate there, and using a SAFG network on government soil would be a step in the right direction.
address clashes. Data in MDs/ADs could potentially have clashes in addresses.
Govn would have no safecoin
Other parameters may have been tailored for the government network precluding it from joining
Such things as elders would also be an issue. How does the main network know if the nodes in the govn network might be bad actors as far as the SAFE network is concerned. They may have code to allow direct control by government network administrators added to the nodes.
If you then joined the 2 networks then the government nodes could end up in the other sections as elders and eventually kick out other nodes without the node control code.