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PODCAST - James Corbett (Corbett Report) comes on the show to focus on the solutions for this new year, IPFS, Censorship, Biosecurity, PCR Psyop, etc...
Begins at 7 pm EST Wednesday January 20th, 2021; MP3/VIDEO will be posted after the podcast.
Declare Your Independence w/ Ernest Hancock Radio Show is now live video streaming on multiple platforms, including the front page of Freedom's Phoenix, DLive, Twitch, YouTube, Facebook...
Here are the links:
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The Corbett Report is an independent, listener-supported alternative news source. It operates on the principle of open source intelligence and provides podcasts, interviews, articles and videos about breaking news and important issues from 9/11 Truth and false flag terror to the Big Brother police state, eugenics, geopolitics, the central banking fraud and more.
James Corbett presents at TEDxGroningen
The Corbett Report is edited, webmastered, written, produced and hosted by James Corbett.
James Corbett has been living and working in Japan since 2004. He started The Corbett Report website in 2007 as an outlet for independent critical analysis of politics, society, history, and economics. Since then he has written, recorded and edited thousands of hours of audio and video media for the website, including a podcast and several regular online video series. He is the lead editorial writer for The International Forecaster, the e-newsletter created by the late Bob Chapman.
His work has been carried online by a wide variety of websites and his videos have garnered over 50,000,000 views on YouTube alone. His satirical piece on the discrepancies in the official account of September 11th, "9/11: A Conspiracy Theory" was posted to the web on September 11, 2011 and has so far been viewed nearly 3 million times.
For more information about Corbett and his background, please listen to Episode 163 of The Corbett Report podcast, Meet James Corbett:
JAMES CORBETT'S LATEST VIDEOS - https://www.corbettreport.com/category/videos/...
JAMES CORBETT'S LATEST ARTICLES - https://www.corbettreport.com/category/articles/...
James's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:
To the surprise of absolutely no one, The Corbett Report's main ThemTube channel has been struck for "medical misinformation" so I'm unable to upload there for the next week. You will be surprised to learn which videos were struck, though. Learn more about that and my many upcoming speaking engagements in today's Thought For The Day.
Brave Integrates IPFS to Enable Users to Seamlessly Browse The Decentralized Web
Advancing the transition to a decentralized Web, IPFS integration on Brave's desktop browser increases content availability and Internet resilience
San Francisco, California – January 19, 2021 – IPFS, the peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol designed to make the Web faster, safer, and more open, has been integrated into Brave, the fast, privacy-oriented browser, reinventing the Web for users, publishers and advertisers.
Incorporated into today's Brave desktop browser update (version 1.19), Brave's 24 million monthly active users can now access content directly from IPFS by resolving ipfs:// URIs via a gateway or installing a full IPFS node in one click. When installing a full node, this will allow Brave users to load content over IPFS' p2p network, hosted on their own node. Integrating IPFS provides Brave users with a significantly enhanced browsing experience, increasing the availability of content, offloading server costs from the content publisher, and improving the overall resilience of the Internet.
Molly Mackinlay, Project Lead at IPFS said, "Bringing the benefits of the dWeb to Brave users, IPFS' efforts to remove systemic data censorship by corporations and nation-states are now strengthened through the integration with Brave. Today, Web users across the world are unable to access restricted content, including, for example, parts of Wikipedia in Thailand, over 100,000 blocked websites in Turkey, and critical access to COVID-19 information in China. Now anyone with an internet connection can access this critical information through IPFS on the Brave browser."
In a further aspect of the integration, projects building on IPFS such as app development platforms, Textile, and Fleek, will automatically enable anyone to deploy a website or dApp accessible on Brave.
Brian Bondy, CTO and co-founder of Brave, said, "We're thrilled to be the first browser to offer a native IPFS integration with today's Brave desktop browser release. Providing Brave's 1 million+ verified content creators with the power to seamlessly serve content to millions of new users across the globe via a new and secure protocol, IPFS gives users a solution to the problem of centralized servers creating a central point of failure for content access. IPFS' innovative content addressing uses Content Identifiers (CIDs) to form an address based on the content itself as opposed to locating data based on the address of a server. Integrating the IPFS open-source network is a key milestone in making the Web more transparent, decentralized, and resilient."
With today's desktop browser update (v1.19), Brave is the first browser to offer a native @IPFS integration, enabling users to seamlessly browse the decentralized Web,
and increasing content availability and Internet resilience. https://t.co/t77ix0zzxo
— Brave Software (@brave) January 19, 2021
SEE ALSO: IPFS Support in Brave
Over the past several months, the Brave team has been working with Protocol Labs on adding InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) support in Brave. This is the first deep integration of its kind and we're very proud to outline how it works in this post.
IPFS is an exciting technology that can help content creators distribute content without high bandwidth costs, while taking advantage of data deduplication and data replication. There are performance advantages for loading content over IPFS by leveraging its geographically distributed swarm network. IPFS is important for blockchain and for self described data integrity. Previously viewed content can even be accessed offline with IPFS! The IPFS network gives access to content even if it has been censored by corporations and nation-states, such as for example, parts of Wikipedia.
IPFS support allows Brave desktop users to download content by using a content hash, known as the Content identifier (CID). Unlike HTTP(S), there is no specified location for the content.
Each node in the IPFS network is a potential host for the content being requested, and if a node doesn't have the content being requested, the node can retrieve the content from the swarm of peers. The retrieved content is verified locally, removing the need to trust a third party's integrity.
HTTP(S) uses Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) to specify the location of content. This system can be easily censored since the content is hosted in specific locations on behalf of a single entity and it is susceptible to Denial of Service Attacks (DDoS). IPFS identifies its content by content paths and/or CIDs inside of Uniform Resource Identifier (URIs) but not URLs.
Overview of IPFS in Brave
Here's an example IPFS URI:
As of Brave 1.19.x, you can take this address, paste it in the Brave address bar, and load it.
By default, Brave will load the URI being requested via a public HTTP gateway; however, it will also show an infobar that asks you if you'd like to use a local node to resolve IPFS URIs. If you choose to use a local node, Brave will automatically download go-ipfs as a component and will route future traffic through this node. There is no need to manually manage an IPFS node or use an extension. A user can optionally install the IPFS Companion extension, and it will make a suggestion to use the Brave managed node.
Brave has just taken a step toward supporting a decentralized web by becoming the first browser to offer native integration with a peer-to-peer networking protocol that aims to fundamentally change how the internet works. The technology is called IPFS (which stands for InterPlanetary File System), a relatively obscure transport protocol that promises to improve on the dominant HTTP standard by making content faster to access and more resilient to failure and control.
This explainer from TechCrunch offers a good overview of how the protocol works. But here's the short version: while HTTP is designed for browsers to access information on central servers, IPFS accesses it on a network of distributed nodes. Vice likens it to downloading content via BitTorrent, rather than from a central server. You type in a web address like normal, and the network is able to find the nodes storing the content you want.
"IPFS GIVES USERS A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM OF CENTRALIZED SERVERS CREATING A CENTRAL POINT OF FAILURE FOR CONTENT ACCESS."
Benefits of the new approach include faster speeds because data can be distributed and stored closer to the people who are accessing it, as well as lower server costs for the original publisher of the content. But perhaps most importantly, IPFS has the potential to make web content much more resilient to failures and resistant to censorship.
4. FROM CAMERON: It's technically not an archive (yet). It's a way to distribute podcasts using IPFS (instead of a hosting provider). Currently, shows will expire after the demand goes away.
You can test it here. https://ipfspodcasting.net/ Click the first link (Submit a Feed) to submit your feed. Then use the "IPFS Feed" in your podcast client to download over IPFS.
There's a FAQ here. https://ipfspodcasting.net/faq
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