In the case of file sharing, Riffle can
achieve a bandwidth of over 100KB/s per client in an anonymity set of up
to 200 clients, researchers explained in a paper [PDF]. While in the case of microblogging, Riffle could handle 100,000 users with 10 seconds of latency.
Riffle is a long way from becoming reality, but its tougher security and
less overhead could change the way we browse anonymously today. More
details on the system will be presented at the Privacy Enhancing
Technologies Symposium in July, in Germany.
Here's How Riffle Anonymity Network Protects Your Privacy better than Tor