Anonymising Networks and National Security: Where are the Boundaries of Privacy? (Part 1: Technical Aspects)
Anonymising technologies have gradually become an important
tool in the protection of citizens‘ and human rights activists‘ privacy. Many
of these technologies are also used for illegal purposes by terrorists and
organised crimes groups that aim to remain anonymous in order to escape
criminal prosecution. Privacy has never been a subject of so much debate, yet
it has also never been as jeopardised by mass surveillance as it is now. The
present article has two parts. The first analyses the technical background of
anonymising technologies and the second focuses on the legal issues emerging
from their pervasive use.
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