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DNS privacy will receive a large focus in the latter half of the IETF 102 week with attention in the DPRIVE, DNSSD, and OPSEC working groups. In an interesting bit of scheduling (which is always challenging),...

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The third Applied Networking Research Workshop will take place on Monday, 16 July, during the IETF 102 meeting in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The full workshop program is now available online and includes...

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There will be significant Internet Society involvement at SINOG 5 next week, which is being co-organised by our colleague Jan Žorž, supported by ISOC, and will feature talks on NAT64Check and the Online...

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“Let’s raise the bar on data privacy and make the Internet safer.”  With the imminent arrival of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this was one of the points...

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Does your company have consumer data it isn’t legally authorized to possess? Don’t be too quick to answer. Many ethical, lawfully managed businesses do have such data — and it comes from...

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The news was amazing: Police in California used DNA evidence collected decades ago to identify the suspected Golden State Killer, a serial killer and rapist active between the mid-‘70s and mid-‘80s....

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Top Internet, mobile, and telecom companies across the globe still have many steps they could take to better protect their users’ freedom of expression and privacy, a new report says. The 2018 Corporate...

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An article by Marc, Editor at IoT Business News. As the Internet of Things continues to expand, IoT privacy threats are becoming a major concern for technology professionals and their clients. IoT spending...

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To address mounting US user concerns, Senators Ed Markey (D-MA) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) have introduced the Consumer Online Notification for Stopping Edge-provider Network Transgressions (CONSENT)...