Recent reports suggest that the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a United Nations agency, is "quietly drafting technical standards, proposed by the Chinese government," aimed at preventing Internet attacks which could also put an end to anonymity on the Internet.
At an up coming ITU meeting in Geneva next week, telecommunication experts will be discussing draft recommendation of "IP Traceback" use case and requirements, looking at ways to identify the source of packets sent across IP (Internet Protocol) networks.
Also posted on Dave Farber's public mailing list, Declan McCullagh has shared some additional findings as a result of speaking to various people involved at ITU and while preparing to write his article:
Read full story: CNET News
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