Sinnreich envisions a new internet that uses wireless mesh networking to produce a stable, ad hoc, global wireless network…
Supported by Rutgers School of Communication and Information, the purpose of this project is to study the technological, social and regulatory feasibility of developing a peer-to-peer mesh networking protocol.
MondoNet would serve as the foundation of a decentralized, ad hoc wireless mesh network, which would illuminate potential technology-based solutions to censorship and surveillance on existing digital communications platforms
A Wireless Solution for
- Internet Freedom
- Cultural Innovation
- Social Action
- Increased Market Competition
- Privacy Protection
The internet has become central to the social, economic, and creative lives of billions of people around the world where ICTs foster cultural innovation.
Digital communications platforms are a central component of resistance movements and organized social action, and consequently are targets for surveillance and censorship.