Where is the DNS Headed? June 2020
Geoff Huston https://www.potaroo.net/ispcol/2020-06/row.html
The question I found myself asking was: “What has DNS privacy to do with registration operations?”
The Domain Name System (DNS) is normally a relatively open protocol that smears its data (which is your data and mine too!) far and wide. Little wonder that the DNS is used in many ways, not just as a mundane name resolution protocol, but as a data channel for surveillance, and as a common means of implementing various forms of content access control. But all this is poised to change.
DNS over TLS
DNS for privacy, security, and performance Posted on 2018-04-22 by Paul
Full Disclosure: I work for IBM, a founding member of Quad9.
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16741031 Oblivious DNS: Plugging the Internet’s Biggest Privacy Hole (freedom-to-tinker.com)