Network operators have no right to know or monitor what people are doing with the utility service they provide.
If you can’t trust them, either make it so you don’t need to trust them, or find trustworthy people and trustworthy (by means of being free) software. Spying on them is never okay.
@qyliss So, it seems like the only pro argument for DoH is currently directly circumvented by https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/configuring-networks-disable-dns-over-https
I'd also think that it would be possible without problems to run DoTLS on port 443?
@momar Yes I don’t know wtf Moz is doing with that.
if you did DoT on 443, unless you could find some way to _also_ serve HTTPS on that port, it would be easy to check whether it was a DoT server.
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