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One of the technologies we have missed in the original text of the deliverable is GNUnet – it represents a technology for censorship-resistant file sharing. It is not a typical privacy enhancement technology, as the goal is not that much hide content of the data, or “author” of a piece of data, but rather place, where the given piece of data is stored. The attacker we are interested in here is someone trying to delete a file and make it unavailable. GNUnet [4, 3] is a “decentralized, anonymous, and censorship-resistant P2P framework” [2] and it enables users to request contents, for instance files, Web sites, or other data. Consequently, such contents will be delivered, if available within the network. 


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