Fingerprinting TCP/IP headers may reveal browsing activity despite encryption

I submit that this trend of revealing private online activity through second and third order effects, like fingerprinting network packet headers as described in this research, is why we still need to push for better privacy norms and regulations. There is never likely to be a perfect privacy solution, we’ll always need some reasonable expectations and legal protections as well.

Not even HTTPS can hide your secret Gilmore Girls [obsession]

Source: TCP/IP headers leak info about what you’re watching on Netflix • The Register

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