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SOPA and PIPA:Is Network is in Danger?

Internet a decade ago was conceived as a distributed system with self-regulation.Now the need for "manual control" is fairly rising up.Different countries approaches this differently.In recent months, a lot of hype has been around for bills SOPA and PIPA.It has not yet approved in the U.S.Despite the fact that the threat to online privacy has receded a bit, it is useful to understand exactly what these laws are bad and dangerous to attempt to further streamline the work of the Network were not as dangerous. 



What are the security-related implications of SOPA?
One big one is how it interacts with the domain name system and a set of security improvements to it known as DNSSEC.
The idea of DNSSEC is to promote end-to-end encryption of domain names, meaning there's no break in the chain between, say, Wellsfargo.com and its customer. Requiring Internet providers to redirect allegedly piratical domain names to, say, the FBI's servers isn't compatible with DNSSEC.Read More
What will SOPA require Internet providers to do?
A little-noticed portion of the proposed law, which CNET highlighted in an article, goes further than Protect IP and could require Internet providers to monitor customers' traffic and block Web sites suspected of copyright infringement.
"It would cover IP blocking," says Markham Erickson, head of NetCoalition, whose members include Amazon.com, Google, eBay, and Yahoo. "I think it contemplates deep packet inspection" as well, he said.Read More















































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