CENTR publishes its Report on IETF109
Over the last few weeks we have published a series of blogposts covering the IETF109 meeting, which we have brought together into one final report, together with two additional updates from the meeting. This report can be found here.
During the course of 2020 we tried a new format of reporting on IETF meetings, publishing a series of blogposts rather than the usual full report. In addition to this, we tried to tie in the developments in internet standardisation with EU Policy. These articles were written for CENTR by Gurshabad Grover and Monika Ermert.
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The individual blogposts can also be found here:
- Adapting to the reality of encrypted DNS deployment
- Standardising an end-to-end encrypted messaging protocol at the IETF
- Transparent censors and other extensions of extended error codes
- Diversity at any price? IETF looking for a new chair
- DNS transport: The race is on!
- Choosing the right encrypted DNS resolvers: who discovers the options?