Guest Post: Centralized DoH ‘by default’ is a net-negative for everyone’s privacy and that even in later years it will not improve privacy outside of the most privacy hostile environments.
Guest Post: Network engineers need to get their heads out of configuration and features, and into solving business problems.
Opinion: Do we need to rethink the terms of privacy and consent to align with today’s data collection methods?
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts from DNS-OARC 30.
Guest Post: We need to clarify the confusion surrounding the definition and intentions of DoH to enable Internet users to make sense of its repercussions.
Opinion: The importance of being able to measure the economic impact of the Internet and its services is vital for the fair and effective operation of markets.
Opinion: The collective enthusiasm for extending the Internet’s protocols should be matched by due care and constraint.
Is there a core of “crypto zealots” in the IETF that are pushing an extreme agenda about encryption?
Opinion: Rather than being condemned, perhaps we should appreciate the role that NATs play in the evolution of the architecture of the Internet?
Today’s Internet is not truly an “open” Internet. It could be, but to get there it’s not just going to happen by itself.