Google now providing public DNS
As a quick reference in case your not sure what DNS is put simple it's the phone book for domain names. When you type in your browser www.learncf.com for example, your actaully sending a request to a DNS server to translate the words into numbers ( IP adddress ) then then you get the website data.
How do we feel about google doing this translation for us? How much trust do we put into google. The reality is that if so inclined by using googles DNS servers they ( google ) could constantly redirect bing.com to one of googles own servers. That's not to mention that now every single site you visit regardless of you being signed in to google or using a search engine can be logged.
There is also the other side. We trust so much with google why not let them provide this service. It's likely to always be up and fast being that they have so many datacenters.
At this point in time I'll stick with my ISP's DNS but I guess more options are good thing.
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