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Another UK ISP joins the effort to offer secure DNS resolution endpoints. Thank you, @aaisp@twitter.com!

RT @aaisp@twitter.com

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: aa.net.uk/dns/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/aaisp/status/11746

We spoke to @EFF@twitter.com about "the monetisation of [everyone's] personal data" and some of our philosophy for getting behind the initiatives we are involved with to try and claw back privacy for users of the Internet.

Remember when hackers injected malicious code into @British_Airways@twitter.com payment pages? @ICOnews@twitter.com fine: £183M. faelix.link/bagdpr

Debian 10 "Buster" has been released! We've got our new VPS templates built, and they'll be live soon! faelix.link/debian10

micdrop-over-HTTPS

RT @eastdakota@twitter.com

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 @mmasnick@twitter.com’s so-called “Streisand Effect.”

🐦🔗: twitter.com/eastdakota/status/

According to 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 @mozilla@twitter.com thought of now? Let's see…

firstlook.firefox.com/proxy/v4

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”.

RT @BrassHornComms@twitter.com

Thanks to @ISPAUK@twitter.com's awful attack on @mozilla@twitter.com we'll be prioritizing the deployment of our freely available servers.

(And if you can't wait there's always @faelix@twitter.com's faelix.net/ref/dns/#privacy-dn if you want to try DoH without using @CloudFlare@twitter.com et al)

🐦🔗: twitter.com/BrassHornComms/sta

Oh no, another bandit! 😎😂

RT @matthewgall@twitter.com

Seriously @ISPAUK@twitter.com and @IWFhotline@twitter.com, look how easy this was, DoH / DoT server at 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.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/matthewgall/status

Thanks @MigratingDragns@twitter.com for taking a detour, stopping by, and talking about Dastardly-over-HTTPS with us.

RT @MigratingDragns@twitter.com

Following the uproar over @ISPAUK@twitter.com's award, @tdobson@twitter.com and @maznu@twitter.com from @faelix@twitter.com sat down to talk about why people are so upset about it:

🐦🔗: twitter.com/MigratingDragns/st

Nice work by @netweaveruk@twitter.com!

Hey @ISPAUK@twitter.com, not sure that nomination of yours is working out as planned. Villainy seems to be in fashion right now.

RT @netweaveruk@twitter.com

Inspired by @faelix@twitter.com & @aaisp@twitter.com our DNS-over-HTTPS service with @the_pi_hole@twitter.com filtering and @powerdns@twitter.com resolving is free to use : netweaver.uk/dns-over-https/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/netweaveruk/status

It was for exactly this reason that we stripped personally identifiable tracking functionality and historical data from our CRM: faelix.net/news/201805/trackin

RT @chadloder@twitter.com

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: ico.org.uk/media/for-organisat

🐦🔗: twitter.com/chadloder/status/1

"Behavioural advertising is out of control!" Looking forward to hearing about @ICOnews@twitter.com' enforcement actions. faelix.link/icortb

"Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It’s time to switch." (don't send DoH to Cloudflare) faelix.link/wapofirefox

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