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And of course you can't even read what they approved, because this extra-governmental body inexplicably restricts the text of their decisions to a nebulous list of "TIES users".

Fucking awful.

The technical PDF is here (I shortened it because it was a long Google link):


I note that they're not applying DPI to encrypted traffic per the spec, but they do note that unencrypted portions of encrypted packets will still be inspected.

The example they give is that if a PDU is encrypted, but all of the other sections of the packet are not, then only the PDU won't be inspected.

Still, DPI is scary as all hell.

A useful feature of HN is that it will elide links if they get too long.

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