Project Fi and the Great Firewall

Christopher Morrow morrowc.lists at
Sun Nov 15 17:21:46 UTC 2015

On Sun, Nov 15, 2015 at 9:21 AM, Todd Underwood <toddunder at> wrote:
> Why not both?  So sad when you have to choose a single oppressive regime to
> track your internet use.

to be fair, probably:
  o china sees the local mobile and can easily unwrap the probably not
encrypted outer packet headers to get your 'metadata'
  o five-eyes sees the over-water transimission(s) and does the same as above
  o US folk see at the GPRx in the US

So really there's 6 regimes all repressive, in their own right, involved.

> T
> On Sun, Nov 15, 2015, 09:04 Brandon Butterworth <brandon at>
> wrote:
>> > This is what roaming data means, Your data packet is simply trunked to
>> > your original operator to process.  So you will be having a US ip on
>> > the web.
>> And continuity of US tracking of your use rather than temporary Chinese
>> tracking
>> brandon

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