Re: [Doh] GDPR and DoH

Adam Roach <adam@nostrum.com> Sat, 06 April 2019 22:20 UTC

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On 4/6/19 5:08 PM, Brian Dickson wrote:
> Again, the above is MHO, but also, this consent problems is an issue that crosses over the line where leaving it unsettled by stating it is an issue we don’t agree to, does a disservice to the community of users of DNS.


Engineers and lawyers practice rather different professions, both of 
which require extensive training and experience. When all the dust 
settles, it really doesn't matter what *we* think on these topics, in 
much the same way that it's not terribly important what the American Bar 
Association might think about TCP window size management. Jim and Watson 
both wisely deferred, at least in the abstract, to legal experts. I 
advise that this is the proper tactic.

/a