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Verisign introduces free, privacy-focused public DNS

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Sep 30, 2015.

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    When it comes to domain name systems (DNS), there are a lot of choices available. Yesterday, Verisign introduced a free, public Domain Name System (DNS) service that respects users' privacy.

    I think we're all aware now that much of the information we put into websites is often sold and used for good and bad purposes. We search for certain restaurants and all of sudden we're being pushed coupons for it. We update our LinkedIn profile and now we're being approached about jobs at competing companies. When we purchase an item online with a credit card, the number may be stolen. Even though there are risks, we still do those activities because they make our lives more convenient, and for that we're willing to deal with the consequences.

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