Fundamentally, I believe that users should be able but not required to control traffic that enters and leaves their devices. This should be a fundamental right every person with a connected device should be allowed to excercise.
Corporate interests that increasingly have the loudest voice in these discussions don't seem to hold that view, and the long term prospects of internet users' safety and autonomy are increasingly worrying me
@rrix Bruh. Big fucking facts. And my frustration is that too many people are comfortable with "just having it work" and ignoring the costs of doing so (in their rights revocation of it).
@rrix Privacy-violating libraries could already do that, though, with or without standardization of the protocol. If you're running untrusted code with unlimited network access, you're already in a pretty bad spot.
The #DNS community seems incapable of intellectual honesty.
@rrix you don't need DNS to side-step the host DNS API. Any technology that can transmit data can send an IP address. DNS over HTTPS isn't opening up any new routes for privacy violations.
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