Re: [TLS] Encrypting record headers: practical for TLS 1.3

Ryan Carboni <ryacko@gmail.com> Sat, 05 December 2015 22:26 UTC

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>
> If Akamai wants to leave their users insecure, I look forward to
> another CDN offering privacy options. Such choice is missing if that
> isn't an option and it isn't on as a strong default.


The NSA has contracts with ISPs to have access to their user's content.

Is a CDN an ISP?