Comcast, Mozilla strike privacy deal to encrypt DNS lookups in Firefox

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Comcast is partnering with Mozilla to deploy encrypted DNS lookups on the Firefox browser, the companies announced today. Comcast’s version of DNS over HTTPS (DoH) will be turned on by default for Firefox users on Comcast’s broadband network, but people will be able to switch to other options like Cloudflare and NextDNS. No availability date was announced.

Comcast is the first ISP to join Firefox’s Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR) program, Mozilla said in today’s announcement. Cloudflare and NextDNS were already in Mozilla’s program, which requires encrypted-DNS providers to meet privacy and transparency criteria and pledge not to block or

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