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Daily Dashboard | Will the Internet Become Private as a Standard? Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 20 October 2017

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The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has asked the architects of Tor, a privacy-protecting web-browsing tool, to discuss the idea of using their product to make private web browsing the Internet standard, Salon reports. “Collaborating with Tor would add an additional layer of security and privacy … that goes beyond encrypting your communications,” the report states. Andrew Lewman, executive director of Tor, says the idea is “worth exploring to see what is involved. It adds legitimacy; it adds validation of all the research we’ve done”; however, he adds, “The risks and concerns are that it would tie down developers in rehashing everything we’ve done, explaining why we made decisions we made. It also opens it up to being weakened.” Meanwhile, new app Aether is an encrypted network that lets people share content anonymously.
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