IETF 104 Prague

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Karan Saini and Gurshabad Grover participated in IETF 104 organized by IETF in Prague from 23rd March to 29th March 2019.

Karan Saini:

  • Attended and scribed for the Privacy Enhancements and Assessments Proposed Research Group (PEARG) session.
  • Attended and made interventions in the Stopping Malware and Researching Threats (SMART RG) research group session.
  • Attended: DNS Over HTTPS (DOH), Domain Name System Operations (DNSOP), Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Authentication and Authorization for Constrained Environments (ACE WG) group sessions
  • Attended side meetings: Public Interest Technology (PITG) and Web Packaging (webpack)

Gurshabad Grover:

  • Attended and made interventions in the Captive Portals (capport) and Registration Protocols Extensions (regext) working groups. Also attended the meetings of the Transport Layer Security (TLS), DNS Privacy, and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) working groups and the Privacy Enhancements and Assessments Proposed Research Group (PEARG). Additionally, attended the Public Interest Technology Group (PITG) and Centralisation of DNS Services side meetings.
  • At the meeting of the Human Rights Protocol Considerations (HRPC) research group, I presented an update to draft-irtf-hrpc-guidelines ('Guidelines for Human Rights Protocol and Architecture Considerations'), which I am co-editing with Niels ten Oever.
  • At the IETF Hackathon, I explored the use of differential privacy for privacy-preserving latency measurement in the QUIC protocol (with Amelia Andersdotter and Shivan Kaul Sahib). We will continue the research to see whether differential privacy techniques are viable/useful for IETF protocols.
  • Attended and made interventions in the Captive Portals (capport) andRegistration Protocols Extensions (regext) working groups. Also attended the meetings of the Transport Layer Security (TLS), DNS Privacy, and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) working groups and the Privacy Enhancements and Assessments Proposed Research Group (PEARG). Additionally, attended the Public Interest Technology Group (PITG) and Centralisation of DNS Services side meetings.
  • At the meeting of the Human Rights Protocol Considerations (HRPC)research group, I presented an update to draft-irtf-hrpc-guidelines('Guidelines for Human Rights Protocol and ArchitectureConsiderations'), which I am co-editing with Niels ten Oever.
  • At the IETF Hackathon, I explored the use of differential privacy forprivacy-preserving latency measurement in the QUIC protocol (with Amelia Andersdotter and Shivan Kaul Sahib). We will continue the research to see whether differential privacy techniques are viable/useful for IETF protocols.

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