new talk “DNS Privacy, Service Management, and Research: Friends or Foes” at the NDSS DNS Privacy Workshop 2017

John Heidemann gave the talk “DNS Privacy, Service Management, and Research: Friends or Foes” at the NDSS DNS Privacy Workshop in San Diego, California, USA on Feburary 26, 2017.  Slides are available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Heidemann17a.pdf.
The talk does not have a formal abstract, but to summarize:

A slide from the [Heidemann17a] talk, looking at what different DNS stakeholders may want.

A slide from the [Heidemann17a] talk, looking at what different DNS stakeholders may want.

This invited talk is part of a panel on the tension between DNS privacy and service management.  In the talk I expand on that topic and discuss
the tension between DNS privacy, service management, and research.
I give suggestions about how service management and research can adapt to proceed while still providing basic privacy.

Although not discussed in the talks, we distribute some DNS datasets,  available at https://ant.isi.edu/datasets/ and at https://impactcybertrust.org.  We also provide dnsanon, a tool to anonymize DNS queries.

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