DoJ Opposes Google’s DNS Encryption Plans

DoJ Opposes Google’s DNS Encryption Plans

Both the House Judiciary Committee and the Department of Justice (DoJ) are taking notice of Google’s plans to encrypt DNS traffic in Chrome. Google claims the technology will prevent hijacking and spoofing, but the opposition fears this would give Google an unfair advantage when it comes to user data. However, Mozilla is working on a similar functionality for Firefox.

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