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[[Consolidated_programme_2020#day-1|'''Consolidated programme 2020 overview / Day 1''']]<br /><br />
[[Consolidated_programme_2020#day-1|'''Consolidated programme 2020 overview / Day 1''']]<br /><br />
Working title: <big>'''DNS encryption, DoH and cybersecurity – What are the architectural and policy implications of centralisation and/or fragmentation of Internet infrastructure?'''</big><br />
Proposals: [[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_58|#58]], [[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_132|#132]], [[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_143|#143]] ([[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_161|#161]])<br /><br />
Proposals: [[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_58|#58]], [[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_132|#132]], [[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_143|#143]] ([[EuroDIG proposals 2020#prop_161|#161]])<br /><br />
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Revision as of 11:55, 23 May 2020

Consolidated programme 2020 overview / Day 1

Proposals: #58, #132, #143 (#161)

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DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is a technical standard for enhancing the privacy and security of end users by preventing man-in-the-middle attacks and eavesdropping on DNS traffic. Browser vendors have proposed different implementation models of DoH but essentially some of these might lead to the centralization of internet infrastructure. The session will look into what are the effects of centralized and encrypted DNS name resolutions on cybersecurity as well as the effects of browser centric control of core infrastructure functions on policy making and Internet architecture.

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