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Session DurationSession TopicPresentation (and link to slides/paper)Authors (speaker(s) in bold)Time

15:00 - 16:30

Measurement of Encrypted DNS
(Chair: Sara Dickinson)

Welcome from the Chairs

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15:00-
15:10 

Oblivious DNS over HTTPS (ODoH): A Practical Privacy Enhancement to DNS (Measurements & Feasibility)

PDF 

Sudheesh Singanamalla*†, Suphanat Chunhapanya*, Jonathan Hoyland*, Marek Vavruša*, Tanya Verma*, Peter Wu*, Marwan Fayed*, Kurtis Heimerl†, Nick Sullivan*, Christopher Wood* (*Cloudflare Inc. †University of Washington)15:10-
15:35

Measuring DoT/DoH Blocking Using OONI Probe: a Preliminary Study

PDF  Paper

S. Basso (Open Observatory of Network Interference)
15:35-
16:00

"No Port 53, Who Dis?"; a year of DNS over HTTPS over Tor

PDF  Paper

Alec Muffett (https://alecmuffett.com/about)

16:00-
16:15
Round up and open discussion
16:15-
16:30
BREAK  16:30-17:00
17:00 - 18:30Civil Society, Usability and DNS
(Chair: Allison Mankin)

DNS Privacy Vs : Confronting protocol design trade offs in the public interest

PDF Paper

Mallory Knodel (Center for Democracy and Technology), Shivan Sahib (Salesforce)17:00-
17:25

Censored Planet: An Internet-wide, Longitudinal Censorship Observatory

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R. Sundara Raman, P. Shenoy, K. Kohls, and R. Ensafi (University of Michigan)17:25-
17:45

When DNS Goes Dark: Understanding Privacy and Shaping Policy of an Evolving Protocol

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Vijay k. Gurbani and Cynthia Hood ( Illinois Institute of Technology), Anita Nikolich (University of Illinois), Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University) and Radu State (University of Luxembourg)

17:45-
18:05

User Expectations and Understanding of Encrypted DNS Settings

PDF Paper

Alexandra Nisenoff, Nick Feamster, Madeleine A Hoofnagle†, Sydney Zink. (University of Chicago and †Northwestern)

18:05-
18:20
Round up and open discussion
18:20-18:30
BREAK   18:30-19:30
19:30 - 21:00Novel work, ADoT and Future Research
(Chair: Shivan Sahib)

Work in Progress: Programmable In-Network Obfuscation of DNS Traffic

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Liang Wang, Hyojoon Kim, Prateek Mittal, Jennifer Rexford (Princeton University)

19:30-
19:55

A Balanced DNS Information Protection Strategy: Minimize at Root and TLD, Encrypt When Needed Elsewhere

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S. Hollenbeck, B. Kalinski (Verisign)19:55-
20:10

Keynote: "Armor for the back half of the camel: Why confidentiality matters for recursive DNS traffic"

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Daniel Kahn Gillmor (ACLU)20:10-
20:30
Open Discussion

Open Discussion on future research directions.  Zoom breakout rooms will be available:
Room 1: Measurement of Encrypted DNS (Chair: Sandra Siby)
Room 2: Civil Society, Usability and DNS (Chair: Gurshabad Grover)
Room 3: Novel work, ADoT and Future Research (Chair: Benno Overeinder)

20:30-
20:55
Round up by the Chairs
20:55-
21:00
Social SessionHang out and chat with everyone!
21:00-
22:00

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