Looking forward to a few years A.S. (After SAFE) I could see the colloquial household term for “The SAFE Network”, be simply referred to as “the safenet” much in the same way that people today refer to browsing “the internet”. On the forums one often comes across various names used to describe the current internet or www in a post SAFE paradigm such as “oldnet”, “clearnet”, or simply retaining the term “internet”. Personally, I don’t like the most often used term, clearnet. I understand the technical reason for this term for the old regime, but “being all clear” is often synonymous with being “safe”, while at the same time it evokes a notion in the uninitiated that there might be something “unclear” about SAFE beyond data obfuscation. Labelling SAFE as the “internet 3.0”, or “the new internet” vs. “the old internet” doesn’t really provide much description to a layperson. Is there a poignant or slightly derogatory term we could get consensus on and start using now that let’s us belittle and poke fun at how insecure or poorly designed the current internet / world wide web is? Is this too low brow, or would it serve to make a point amongst those in the crypto community? Would this be counter productive since SAFE also relies on a TCP/UDP foundation? Please discuss any “other” ideas or thoughts on the matter in the thread below.