Quad9 public domain name service moves to Switzerland for maximum internet privacy protection
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Zurich, February 17, 2021 – Quad9, the global, not-for-profit Domain Name System (DNS) security platform, today announced that it has moved its headquarters from California to Zürich, Switzerland supported by Packet Clearing House and SWITCH.
Quad9 has set itself apart from other DNS providers by voluntarily placing itself within a jurisdiction which strictly enforces privacy laws to the highest global standards. Considered a stronghold of individual rights, Switzerland has a legal privacy regime harmonized with the European-standard General Data Protection Regulation. It grants individuals enforceable rights and effective remedies, giving Quad9 users around the world the full protection of Swiss law. This and other important concessions and findings of law from the Swiss government which ensure Quad9 users’ privacy and security, have made Quad9’s selection of domicile a natural choice.
Quad9 is the only global DNS security provider to offer these universal privacy protections.
hlehyaric last edited by
@guigirl Rather good news.
Ornorm last edited by
They already had Swatch. Here comes Switch.
Will Swutch and Swotch follow?
guigirl last edited by guigirl
@Ornorm Droll, very droll. Haven't you got some css &/or page menu mods to work on?
Also, why are you so blatantly E-ist?
And here I was thinking Quad9 was an IBM company...
Oh well... that's my mistake for the year.