Re: [DNSOP] DNSOP Call for Adoption draft-vixie-dns-rpz

"John Levine" <johnl@taugh.com> Thu, 29 December 2016 05:46 UTC

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>I'm seeing how it really helps governments cheaply create and enforce
>the creation of national internets -- especially with the walled garden
>features.  Are those the good guys to you, or are there other benefits?

Please see the previous gazillion messages from people who are using
RPZ in production to keep malware away from their users.

Also see the previous gazillion messages noting that governments do
all sorts of DNS censorship now and don't need RPZ.

Could you explain in more detail why you don't believe operators will
continue to use RPZ to protect their users, and why you think hostile
actors will do things with RPZ that they couldn't do now?

R's,
John