Opinion: Why has our public key certificate system failed the Internet so badly?
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?