Pete Cladingbowl discusses how RINA could create more secure and manageable Internets
Pete Cladingbowl, interviewed by Martin Geddes, thinks that "The Internet needs a rebuild. We don’t need to throw it away, but rather need to overlay it with new structures. For instance, a basic structure is when we connect to it, we are forced to be connected to everything. Every device is out there ready to be trolled and attacked." He sees that RINA can improve this landscape since "We see with Recursive Internet Architecture (RINA) a new kind of internetwork, oneone that naturally aligns to social units. There is the subnet of the individual’s body and personal area network (PAN), their home and family, then the school or workplace. These software-defined subnets are protected in RINA: you can’t get in without being invited". You can read the full interview here.