Consolidation in the DNS resolver market – how much, how fast, how dangerous?
The Journal of Cyber Policy published a special Issue on Internet Consolidation including the article “Consolidation in the DNS resolver market – how much, how fast, how dangerous?” written by Roxana Radu and Michael Hausding.
The article provides a timely analysis of the emerging trends of consolidation in the recursive DNS services market and the rise of public DNS resolvers from Google and Cloudflare. It also looks at technologies developed to increase the privacy and security of the domain name system like DNS over HTTP (DOH) and DNS over TLS (DoT).
The special edition of the Journal of Cyber Policy is available online.