Choosing New Technologies for a Better Internet: Who Decides?
|Dates:||1 March 2018|
|Location:||Washington, DC, USA|
The recent high-profile debates on encryption and surveillance policy mean that less attention has been paid to ongoing efforts to deploy new technologies and protocols to enhance the network layer, the Domain Name System, the World Wide Web, and other parts of the Internet. On some fronts, such as adoption of transport layer encryption for web and email, progress has been significant. In other cases, such as the deployment of the DNSSEC and BGPSEC standards, progress has been more limited.