Three of the best: Long reads

By on 27 Dec 2019

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Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.

While many of our readers like to read our posts between meetings or during their morning commute, there are some who still enjoy a long, thought provoking read. And what better time to catch up on these than over the holiday break.

  1. Moving control to the endpoints: Motivations, challenges, and the path forward — The introduction of encrypted DNS has caused a considerable amount of controversy. Mark Nottingham argues that the solution is putting control in the hands of end users.
  2. Happy Birthday BGP — Geoff Huston takes a look back at the past 30 years of this critically important routing protocol and discusses its future prospects?
  3. The future of undersea Internet cables: Are big tech companies forming a cartel? — Content providers are increasingly investing in new submarine cables. Are they forming a cartel?

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