Corpus ID: 10994979

Nation-State Routing: Censorship, Wiretapping, and BGP

  title={Nation-State Routing: Censorship, Wiretapping, and BGP},
  author={J. Karlin and S. Forrest and J. Rexford},
  • J. Karlin, S. Forrest, J. Rexford
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • The treatment of Internet traffic is increasingly affected by national policies that require the ISPs in a country to adopt common protocols or practices. Examples include government enforced censorship, wiretapping, and protocol deployment mandates for IPv6 and DNSSEC. If an entire nation's worth of ISPs apply common policies to Internet traffic, the global implications could be significant. For instance, how many countries rely on China or Great Britain (known traffic censors) to transit… CONTINUE READING
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