Hong Kong Protestors Using Mesh Messaging

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Post by Maddog on Wed Sep 04, 2019 3:20 am

How do you communicate when the government censors the internet? With a peer-to-peer mesh broadcasting network that doesn't use the internet.

That's exactly what Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters are doing now, thanks to San Fransisco startup Bridgefy's Bluetooth-based messaging app. The protesters can communicate with each other — and the public — using no persistent managed network.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnkoetsier/2019/09/02/hong-kong-protestors-using-mesh-messaging-app-china-cant-block-usage-up-3685/#6aaf4254135a


This is kind of cool even though it won't work without a lot of users in an area, obviously not a problem in Hong King.

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