||NEBLO, a Nearly BLind Overlay, is a structured overlay network in which
the use of imprecise routing tables, whose size and extent are severely
constrained, yields a better privacy (aka ``anonymity'') to information
requestors as well as providers, while keeping the length of routing paths
within reasonable limits.
Fingers in routing tables are imprecise, and the amount of
approximation for a finger increases proportionally with the finger distance.
This keeps routing paths within a logarithmic length, while making
it impossible for a ``small'' coalition of malicious peers to correlate
overlay addresses to hosts for censorship or auditing purposes.