Networks based on the CJDNS protocol have three major advantages over traditional DNS networks:
- Open, both inclusive and Free Software
- Peer-to-Peer, no centralized control and resistant to censorship
- Secure, end-to-end encryption of packets
"With built-in security and auto-configuration, everybody can own part of the network"
"The Internet gives everyone incredible power of expression once reserved for those wealthy enough to own a radio station or newspaper. Still, the Internet's aging protocols have inherent limitations which make them unfavorable toward a network owned by the people."
"Recent revelations have triggered public outcry over governments reading of our email but few stop to imagine the implications of an unsecured mesh network, in such a network everybody could read your email."