DNS over HTTPS (DoH) was one of the most contentious and frequently-discussed topics throughout the Internet operations community in 2019, and the pages of the APNIC Blog were no exception.
Below are three of the most popular DoH posts from 2019:
- Opinion: The DoH dilemma — Vittorio Bertola explains that most of the issues created by DoH derive from the fact that it promotes a basic architectural change in the way domain names are resolved by Internet users.
- Opinion: Centralized DoH is bad for privacy, in 2019 and beyond — Bert Hubert’s opinion is that centralized DoH ‘by default’ is a net-negative for everyone’s privacy.
- Opinion: What does DoH really mean for privacy? —Geoff Huston asks whether new protocols that seek to enhance personal privacy undermining the use of the public DNS?
What were your favourite takes on DoH in 2019? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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