The Need For Better DNS Privacy
Every time a website gets accessed using a name, that name must be translated into a physical address using Domain Name Services (DNS). As with anything that is a ‘free’ service, there usually is a catch of some sort. The current catch is this information can be sold to see where people are going on the Internet. Depending on an individuals comfort with their personal privacy, you may want to change this. Using a DNS service that doesn’t record or sell their records and is fast can be hard to find.
The solution is Cloudflare. Follow the link and read about why they came to be and the importance of privacy for DNS.
I run 126.96.36.199/188.8.131.52 on all my my personal equipment and the performance is great. I also have the peace of mind that my information isn’t being profiled or sold on to other data mining companies.