The Register reports that anonymous Web-surfing company SafeWeb has expanded its secure server facilities
in New York "so that Europeans can enjoy faster access to private, and virtually
anonymous, Web browsing and e-mail.
The company also has an application called Triangle Boy, which adds an extra layer
of security for the truly paranoid and further obstacles and frustrations for investigators
Triangle Boy is a randomly-distributed network of boxes, made available by volunteers
with fat pipes, which forwards users to the SafeWeb portal.
It's a free, open source, peer-to-peer application that the company says will bypass
firewalls and other mechanisms that attempt to block access to SafeWeb."