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Submission + - Super-privacy-protecting ISP in the planning->

h00manist writes: Nicholas Merrill ran a New York based ISP and got tired of federal "information requests". He is planning another ISP, which would be built from the ground up for privacy. Everything encrypted, maximum technical and legal resistance to information requests. Merrill has formed an advisory board with members including Sascha Meinrath from the New America Foundation; former NSA technical director Brian Snow; and Jacob Appelbaum from the Tor Project. Kickstarter-like IndieGoGo has a project page.
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