Analysts Don Kellogg and Roger Entner welcome special guest Dominique Lazanski to the show to discuss internet standards and big tech.
0:45: The distinction between the application and network layer and how network protocols can be influenced by large tech companies.
2:00: Dominique shares insights from her work on protocols co-authored with Mark McFadden.
3:58: Discussion about DNS over HTTPS.
6:30: The conflation between encryption and privacy.
7:09: DNS over HTTPS can disable content filters and why this is potentially harmful.
8:45: Can the information collected by the DNS servers be used to profit off web activity of everyday consumers?
10:00: The death of the cookie and its implications.
10:40: How individuals and organizations can influence development of internet protocols.
13:01: How Internet governing bodies manage individual/corporate influence over particular standards.
16:08: The amount of governmental oversight or policy-makers involved in the standard-making.
Dominique's Website: https://lplltd.com/