DoH! What’s all the controversy over encrypted DNS?

DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is a new internet protocol designed to increase user privacy and security by eliminating the ability to intercept and manipulate DNS queries. On public Wi-Fi networks, for example, DoH prevents other Wi-Fi users from seeing or manipulating the websites you visit. However, some stakeholders are wary about the widespread implementation of DoH. Will Internet service providers (ISPs) lose visibility into DNS queries? Will DNS query resolution become concentrated in the hands of a few companies? This session will explore these questions from the perspective of a variety of stakeholders.