QUIC Human Rights Review

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Authors Beatrice Martini  , Niels ten Oever 
Last updated 2019-04-25 (latest revision 2018-10-22)
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QUIC is a new transport protocol that provides low-latency communication and security. QUIC's key features include faster connection establishment, stream-based multiplexing, improved loss recovery, and no head-of-line blocking. This document assesses the potential human rights implications emerging from the deployment of QUIC. The assessment is done based on the methodology articulated in [RFC8280].


Beatrice Martini (mail@beatricemartini.it)
Niels ten Oever (mail@nielstenoever.net)

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