This reminds me of Krypto-Kekkonen:

(Via WayBackMachine - original page seems to have gone missing.)

--avs, 27-Mar-2006

Hmm. That was interesting thinking up there.

--AnonymousCoward, 27-Mar-2006

yeah, that is... i have seen same kind idea when napster was hot, but it based of combining multiple random and non random pads together. And when every body would have been sharing lot of pads (like millions) then one could not have been able to say what is part of which one.


Parts A=just some weather data (looks random) B=really random data C=pad to create britney spears.mp3 (looks random) D=myfavourite.jpg F=my_final_thesis.doc E=pad to create

Combining A+B+C+D+F=britney spears.mp3

This really sux if you are thinking about transfer speeds, but point is that, with this kind of system sharing is legal. Or least nobody cannot say who is really sharing what and that one who is sharing the recepies is the bad ones, not the sharers.

--zache, 27-Mar-2006

I'm glad you like my essay, but just so you know: I am *not* a lawyer. I'm a computer scientist. More specifically, I'm a PhD candidate in the Algorithms and Complexity Group, David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, supervised by Dr. Ian Munro.

- Matthew Skala

--Matthew Skala, 31-Mar-2006

OK, thanks. I fixed it; hope it's now in an acceptable format ;-)

--JanneJalkanen, 31-Mar-2006

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