Google has a lot of insights into past games. New complaints have now been lodged with the technology company Mountain View regarding plans to use a new Internet protocol called DNS over HTTPS (DoH).
An investigation is being carried out by the Land Commission, the Wall Street Books. Researchers want to determine if Google is using any additional user data provided by the DoH protocol for marketing purposes. To him WSJ, the Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Google asking about its intention to use the new protocol, on September 13th.
DNS for HTTPS protocol is designed to increase the confidentiality of users and prevent tampering of DNS data when you go through an HTTPS connection. It is also useful to prevent human-to-human attacks when users access a malicious IP address. Google is waiting to try out the new protocol in Chrome browser starts next month.
If implemented, the DoH protocol could remove access to expensive DNS data from wireless browsing and cable companies. According to the report, “Home Researchers are concerned that this could affect the Internet giant as a result of being denied access to information.”
A Google spokesperson said: ‘Google has no plans to merge or change the default DNS providers with Google. All claims that we are trying to set up an encrypted DNS provider are wrong. “
MahiH! Google is in trouble again
Google is no stranger to controversy. These rights stemmed from the company’s claim to ownership in the promotion, search, and Android software. Google is arguably the biggest player in all three areas – digital ad, search and smartphone OS in the world.
We have already seen that the company earns billions of dollars in penalties in Europe, which is behind the anti-competitive behavior. Challenging course in EU region, me India you can add other pairs to those billions.
Also in the United States, from 48 states recently launched antitrust correction of Google cites monopolistic practices for promotion.
By the way, Google isn’t the only brand for the new internet-enabled protocol. Mozilla the test began at Firefox in March 2018. The company claimed positive results from its test and said that health department questions are equally fast, if not faster, compared to the DNS.