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Freenet has been under continuous development since 2000.Freenet 0.7, released on , is a major re-write incorporating a number of fundamental changes.Although many states censor communications to different extents, they all share one commonality in that a body must decide what information to censor and what information to allow.What may be acceptable to one group of people may be considered offensive or even dangerous to another.Every node on the Freenet network contributes storage space to hold files and bandwidth that it uses to route requests from its peers.As a direct result of the anonymity requirements, the node requesting content does not normally connect directly to the node that has it; instead, the request is routed across several intermediaries, none of which know which node made the request or which one had it.Freenet has always been free software, but until 2011 it required users to install Java.This problem was solved by making Freenet compatible with Open JDK, a free and open source implementation of the Java Platform.
As of build 1468, released on 11 July 2015, the Freenet core stopped using the db4o database and laid the foundation for an efficient interface to the Web of Trust plugin which provides spam resistance.
In essence, the purpose of Freenet is to ensure that no one is allowed to decide what is acceptable.
Reports of Freenet's use in authoritarian nations is difficult to track due to the very nature of Freenet's goals.
These include reduced memory usage, faster insert and retrieval of content, significant improvements to the FProxy web interface used for browsing freesites, and a large number of smaller bugfixes, performance enhancements, and usability improvements.
Version 0.7.5 also shipped with a new version of the Windows installer.
Freenet attempts to protect the anonymity of both people inserting data into the network (uploading) and those retrieving data from the network (downloading).