End User Privacy on the Network

In this survey we will not collect personally-identifying information, nor will we attempt to identify end users by analysis of any data that Survey Monkey may collect (e.g. in order to restore interrupted sessions). Our goal is to present a summary of the results of this survey publicly, in a blog post or a conference presentation.

* 1. What is your primary involvement with the Internet Infrastructure? (pick one answer)

* 3. How important are end user privacy concerns in decisions about what products and services your company offers and how those services work?

* 4. Do you see a useful marketing benefit for your company, if you can make end user privacy claims about your products or services?

* 5. What impact have privacy concerns had on your organization? (check all that apply)

* 6. QNAME minimization minimizes the specificity of the query sent to an authoritative server to the question that authority is expected to answer. There may be some minor side-effects, including a few non-interoperable sites, and multiple queries may be necessary to sites hosting both parent and child domains. If this option is available, do/will you enable it?

* 7. How interested are you in offering your users the option of encrypting DNS traffic?

* 8. What are the obstacles you see to implementing DNS encryption? (please rate the significance of the following factors)

  Significant obstacle Somewhat significant Minor consideration Not a factor
Products or services I use currently don't support encryption
Uncertain or low demand for this service
Lack of visibility into encrypted traffic
Possibility of other increased operational costs
No time or resources to develop this service
Possibility of increased hardware cost 

* 9. Would you consider migrating your users to a free, public hosted DNS resolver service that implements DNS privacy features? (such as 9.9.9.9 or the recently launched 1.1.1.1)?

* 10. Are you or do you expect to be involved in preparing your organization to comply with the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? (Wikipedia page)

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