As the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee proposed the [Contract for the Web](https://contractfortheweb.org/) as a way to address problems such as misinformation, mass surveillance and censorship online, but the list is not a realistic blueprint for action.
The United Nations General Assembly will vote on a Russia- and China-backed resolution that claims to give governments tools to fight cybercrime. What it will actually do if it becomes a treaty, is allow governments to establish a sovereign Internet where they have full control of their country's Internet and monitor all activities.
Enterprises need guidance on how to get ready for 5G networks, but the current fear-mongering about Huawei doesn't give enterprises the information they need to make sure the applications are secure.
The “general availability” of Google’s Public DNS-over-HTTPS service brings us closer to a world where all online communications, including DNS requesoverare encrypted by default.
This is not the decentralized network we were promised. The majority of the world’s DNS transactions pass through authoritative name servers operated by less than 10 organizations, DNS Observatory found.