With becoming the default in soon, everyone's talking about the efficiency improvements, however to me the privacy tradeoffs aren't worth the gains i.e. (Wikipedia):

"QUIC includes a connection identifier which uniquely identifies the connection to the server regardless of source. This allows the connection to be re-established simply by sending a packet, which always contains this ID, as the original connection ID will still be valid even if the user's IP address changes."

@meena @MatejLach no. It's fundamental to the protocol. It's also ephemeral, short lived, and equivalent to the TCP 4-tuple


@meena @erincandescent

'network.http.http3.enabled' in about:config (not on by default yet btw, just soon)

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