Another UK ISP joins the effort to offer secure DNS resolution endpoints. Thank you, @firstname.lastname@example.org!
We've started a trial of DNS over HTTPS (DoH) and DNS over TLS (DoT) services. Customers are welcome to use these services (eg in Firefox/Android). More information: https://aa.net.uk/dns/
Good, balanced article on #DNSoverHTTPS by @EFF@twitter.com with @email@example.com from UK's Faelix ISP https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/09/encrypted-dns-could-help-close-biggest-privacy-gap-internet-why-are-some-groups
Remember when hackers injected malicious code into @British_Airways@twitter.com payment pages? @ICOnews@twitter.com fine: £183M. https://faelix.link/bagdpr
Wondering what @firstname.lastname@example.org thinks of this one... https://www.engadget.com/2019/07/18/pampers-lumi-smart-diapers/
Hoping this article will biodegrade when it gets in the sea 🌊
Debian 10 "Buster" has been released! We've got our new VPS templates built, and they'll be live soon! https://faelix.link/debian10
Given the number of people who’ve enabled DNS-over-HTTPS in the last 48 hours, it’s clear @ISPAUK@twitter.com doesn’t understand or appreciate @email@example.com’s so-called “Streisand Effect.”
According to https://www.cbeci.org/ it looks like each Bitcoin transaction wastes the same energy as a lightning strike.
What design of disgraceful delinquency have the depraved DoH desperados at @firstname.lastname@example.org thought of now? Let's see…
Oh. Hmm. Well, after @ICOnews@twitter.com called out the online ad brokering world as borderline illegal, is this a good idea whose time has finally come?
Another DoH provider joins in the “light-hearted […] debate”.
Thanks to @ISPAUK@twitter.com's awful attack on @email@example.com we'll be prioritizing the deployment of our freely available #DoH servers.
(And if you can't wait there's always @firstname.lastname@example.org's https://faelix.net/ref/dns/#privacy-dns if you want to try DoH without using @CloudFlare@twitter.com et al)
Oh no, another bandit! 😎😂
Seriously @ISPAUK@twitter.com and @IWFhotline@twitter.com, look how easy this was, DoH / DoT server at https://adblock.doh.mydns.network providing ad-blocking and malware black-holing (using pi-hole as a backend, no queries are logged). Your complaints are baseless.
Thanks @MigratingDragns@twitter.com for taking a detour, stopping by, and talking about Dastardly-over-HTTPS with us.
Following the uproar over @ISPAUK@twitter.com's #InternetVillain award, @email@example.com and @firstname.lastname@example.org from @email@example.com sat down to talk about why people are so upset about it:
Nice work by @firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hey @ISPAUK@twitter.com, not sure that nomination of yours is working out as planned. Villainy seems to be in fashion right now.
Inspired by @email@example.com & @firstname.lastname@example.org our DNS-over-HTTPS service with @email@example.com filtering and @firstname.lastname@example.org resolving is free to use : https://www.netweaver.uk/dns-over-https/
It was for exactly this reason that we stripped personally identifiable tracking functionality and historical data from our CRM: https://faelix.net/news/201805/tracking-emails/
For the people asking whether email tracking pixels are subject to GDPR and similar EU/UK privacy laws, the answer seems to be YES.
The UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) just published updated guidance on cookies and pixels here: https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisations/guide-to-pecr/guidance-on-the-use-of-cookies-and-similar-technologies-1-0.pdf
"Behavioural advertising is out of control!" Looking forward to hearing about @ICOnews@twitter.com' enforcement actions. https://faelix.link/icortb
"Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It’s time to switch." https://faelix.link/wapofirefox
"Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It’s time to switch." (don't send DoH to Cloudflare) https://faelix.link/wapofirefox
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