What info does Zero Knowledge collect on users of Freedom 3.0?

Adam Back adam at cypherspace.org
Fri Oct 19 16:41:27 PDT 2001

Let me try give some more details behind this.  The idea was to create
separate modules that can be separately shipped and sold.  Freedom 3.0
"privacy & security tools" is the first of those.  It has a subset of
the functions in freedom 2.2 (cookie management etc), but some of
those functions have new features or have been improved.

Declan's interivew with Austin and Ian's comments on slashdot and here
cover the aspect of the story that the current freedom network which
was the support infrastructure behind the anonymous browsing and mail
part of Freedom 2.2 was decomissioned.

Other consumer software related plans are not public.


On Fri, Oct 19, 2001 at 02:36:00AM -0700, Declan McCullagh wrote:
> They're pulling the plug on the Freedom anon-network. They're now
> using the name Freedom 3.0 to refer to a different, new product that
> does stuff like cookie blocking.
> -Declan
> At 11:18 PM 10/18/01 -0700, John Kozubik wrote:
> >Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't this a moot point ?  I was under the
> >impression that ZKS was going to pull the plug sometime in the very near
> >future.

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