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[ NNSquad ] Re: Speculation, how AT&T can implement "copyright filtering" without wiretapping/dpi...
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: [ NNSquad ] Re: Speculation, how AT&T can implement "copyright filtering" without wiretapping/dpi...
- From: Richard Bennett <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 21:51:01 -0800
My presentation was just a bunch of PowerPoints (done with Open Office),
so there's not much to it. You can see the relevent portion of starting
Bob Frankston was on the panel with me, and he can correct this if need
be, but as I recall there was a gasp in the room when the slide with the
peer list came up; nobody knew finding pirates was so simple with
Regarding TCP Resets, we've learned from the Comcast example that they
can be generated by a machine no more powerful (or expensive) than a
I believe systems like this are a rational response to rampant piracy.
Nick Weaver wrote:
>> On Jan 27, 2008 8:35 PM, Richard Bennett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Is there any reason that such an automated system should not be
>>> does Net Neutrality now connote a license to steal?
> Well, theres the issue of system abuse (eg DMCA abuse) and false
> positives, but it is a very good question.
> Also, one more comments: RST injection is not as effective, as not
> only do you need to do enough monitoring to determine the TCP flow(s)
> in question (which needs new hardware) but the P2P system colud switch
> to UDP.
> Thus router ACLs to implement pair-blocking (or a device doing
> pair-blocking) is the resillient approach for the ISP.