The first release of OpenAnonymity has been made available today at sourceforge. OpenAnonymity consists of a module for apache 2.0 Webserver and a framework that enables you to control search engine spider indexing on a word level, contrary to on file level as in Robots exclusion. OpenAnonymity could force Spiders to follow this rules by let requesters first pass a turing test done with captchas. OpenAnonymity was part of a diploma thesis done at the university of applied sciences in Hagenberg/Austria.
In the next 3 month this site would be the place for my diploma thesis titled "Anonymity in indicated data networks".