Impacts of Encryption Everywhere (any solution?)

Lee Howard lee.howard at retevia.net
Tue Jun 19 14:53:49 UTC 2018


On 06/17/2018 02:53 PM, Brad wrote:
> While I agree there are unintended consequences every time advancements are made in relation to the security and stability of the Internet- I disagree we should be rejecting their implementations. Instead, we should innovate further.

I look forward to your innovations.
> Just because end to end encryption causes bandwidth issues for a very small number users - then perhaps they could benefit the most by these changes with additional capacity.

I encourage you to invest billions of dollars in rural broadband 
capacity worldwide. The rest of us will thank you for your sacrifice.

Lee

> -Brad
>
> -------- Original message --------From: Michael Hallgren <mh at xalto.net> Date: 6/17/18  11:14  (GMT-07:00) To: nanog at jack.fr.eu.org Cc: Matthew Petach <matt at petach.org>, nanog at nanog.org Subject: Re: Impacts of Encryption Everywhere (any solution?)
> Le 2018-06-17 12:40, nanog at jack.fr.eu.org a écrit :
>> Well, yes, there is, you simply have to break the end to end encryption
> Yes, (or) deny service by Policy (remains to evaluate who's happy with
> that).
>
> Cheers,
> mh
>
>> On 06/17/2018 03:09 AM, Matthew Petach wrote:
>>> Except that if websites are set to HTTPS only, there's no option for
>>> disabling encryption on the client side.
>>>
>>> Matt
>>>
>>>
>>> On Sat, Jun 16, 2018, 14:47 <nanog at jack.fr.eu.org> wrote:
>>>
>>>> On 06/16/2018 10:13 PM, Mike Hammett wrote:
>>>>> Sadly, it's just falling on deaf ears. Silicon Valley will continue
>>>>> to
>>>> think they know better than everyone else and people outside of that
>>>> bubble
>>>> will continue to be disadvantaged.
>>>>
>>>> What, again ?
>>>> Encryption is what is best for the most people.
>>>> The few that will not use it can disable it.
>>>>
>>>> No issue then.
>>>>
>>>>




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