John Levine

John Levine

Author, Consultant & Speaker
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John R. Levine writes, speaks, and consults on the Internet, electronic mail, and related topics. He speaks to many trade, policy, and general groups. He’s testified at the Federal Trade Commission Spam Forum on the mechanics of spam, and to the Senate Commerce Committee on spyware. He’s spoken at the Internet Law and Policy Forum and at many conferences. He’s written many books on the Internet and other computer topics. His books range from the best-selling Internet for Dummies, with over seven million copies of nine editions in print in dozens of languages, the new Fighting Spam for Dummies, and Windows XP: the Complete Reference to books on computer language tools and graphics programming.

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2022 - Mar 09 on How Not to Take Russia Off the Internet
2022 - Mar 08 on How Not to Take Russia Off the Internet
2022 - Mar 07 on How Not to Take Russia Off the Internet
2021 - Jan 27 on Why the Internet is Not Like a Railroad
2021 - Jan 26 on Why the Internet is Not Like a Railroad
2020 - Jul 30 on Addressing Anticompetitive Behavior in Internet Standards Bodies
2020 - Jul 30 on Addressing Anticompetitive Behavior in Internet Standards Bodies
2020 - Jul 30 on Addressing Anticompetitive Behavior in Internet Standards Bodies
2020 - Jul 09 on Is Booking.com a Generic Term?
2019 - Dec 17 on How to Preserve the .org Registry's Integrity in the ISOC Sale of PIR
2019 - May 17 on A Report on the ICANN DNS Symposium
2019 - Mar 19 on A Short History of DNS Over HTTP (So Far)
2019 - Mar 19 on ICANN Terminates AlpNames
2019 - Mar 18 on ICANN Terminates AlpNames
2019 - Jan 09 on Political New gTLDs: One Year in Review
2019 - Jan 09 on Political New gTLDs: One Year in Review
2019 - Jan 09 on Political New gTLDs: One Year in Review
2019 - Jan 09 on Political New gTLDs: One Year in Review
2018 - Nov 21 on DOHA and ZIPPO Make Forty Five
2018 - Oct 24 on M3AAWG and APWG Do the Best Survey Yet on WHOIS Redaction
2018 - Sep 07 on GDPR Didn't Affect Spam? Not So Fast
2018 - Sep 07 on GDPR Didn't Affect Spam? Not So Fast
2018 - Sep 07 on GDPR Didn't Affect Spam? Not So Fast
2018 - Sep 06 on GDPR Didn't Affect Spam? Not So Fast
2018 - Aug 15 on How Big Is the Domain Business?
2018 - Aug 15 on How Big Is the Domain Business?
2018 - Aug 15 on How Big Is the Domain Business?
2018 - May 22 on Blockchain's Two-Flavored Appeal
2018 - May 21 on Blockchain's Two-Flavored Appeal
2018 - May 08 on Blockchain's Two-Flavored Appeal
2018 - Feb 26 on Humming an Open Internet Demise in London?
2017 - Oct 24 on The Hack Back Bill in Congress is Better Than You'd Expect
2017 - Oct 05 on Why I Want a .PAYPAL New gTLD
2017 - Oct 05 on Why I Want a .PAYPAL New gTLD
2017 - Feb 13 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 12 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 12 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 12 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 10 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 10 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 10 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 10 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2017 - Feb 08 on Next gTLD Round - A Seven Year Itch?
2016 - Oct 18 on Notorious Russian Ship Yanter Suspected of Cutting Syria's Undersea Internet Cables
2016 - Oct 16 on The Future of Software Patents
2016 - Sep 30 on Restraining Order Filed by US States' Attorneys in the Final Hours of IANA Transition
2016 - Sep 30 on Restraining Order Filed by US States' Attorneys in the Final Hours of IANA Transition
2016 - Aug 29 on The .Corp, .Home & .Mail Quandary
2016 - Aug 03 on Almost Free Domains for Almost Everyone
2016 - Aug 03 on Almost Free Domains for Almost Everyone
2016 - Aug 03 on Almost Free Domains for Almost Everyone
2016 - Aug 03 on Almost Free Domains for Almost Everyone
2016 - Jul 04 on A Year Later: Insights from dotSucks
2016 - May 02 on Are Blockchains the Most Expensive Database Ever Invented?
2016 - Mar 04 on CEO Chehade, Senator Cruz, and the IANA Transition End Game
2015 - Oct 14 on An Alternative to CCWG Overreach
2015 - Oct 09 on ICANN Must Make User Privacy a Central Tenet for New Registrations, Says EFF
2015 - Sep 10 on Why is ICANN Tax Exempt?
2015 - Sep 10 on ICANN Must Make User Privacy a Central Tenet for New Registrations, Says EFF
2015 - Sep 07 on Why is ICANN Tax Exempt?
2015 - Aug 17 on Making Sense of Google's .xyz gTLD Branding
2015 - Aug 17 on Making Sense of Google's .xyz gTLD Branding
2015 - Jul 28 on A New Boom to Come? Re-Evaluating the Success of the New TLD Program
2015 - Jul 22 on New Trend: Vanity IPv6 Addresses
2015 - Jul 15 on Increasing DNSSEC Adoption - What if We Put DNSSEC Provision in the Hands of Registries?
2015 - Jun 24 on DNSSEC - Failure to Launch
2015 - Jun 18 on The Cycle of E-Mail Security
2015 - Jun 18 on The Cycle of E-Mail Security
2015 - Jun 17 on The Cycle of E-Mail Security
2015 - Jun 16 on The Cycle of E-Mail Security
2015 - May 26 on Advantages of Crowdinvesting in Financing New gTLDs
2015 - May 20 on Curbing Cyber- and Typosquatting
2015 - May 20 on Curbing Cyber- and Typosquatting
2015 - May 18 on In Congressional Hearing, Stakeholders Highlight ICANN's Failures and Need for Reform
2015 - May 17 on Curbing Cyber- and Typosquatting
2015 - May 15 on In Congressional Hearing, Stakeholders Highlight ICANN's Failures and Need for Reform
2015 - May 15 on In Congressional Hearing, Stakeholders Highlight ICANN's Failures and Need for Reform
2015 - May 14 on In Congressional Hearing, Stakeholders Highlight ICANN's Failures and Need for Reform
2015 - May 14 on In Congressional Hearing, Stakeholders Highlight ICANN's Failures and Need for Reform
2015 - Apr 23 on Asking a Better Question to Uncloak the Online Copyright Debate
2015 - Apr 23 on Is Upping the Minimum Wage Good for the Information Security Industry?
2015 - Apr 15 on How Much Money Is There in Complaining?
2015 - Apr 10 on New gTLDs and Universal Acceptance
2015 - Apr 01 on ISPs to Enforce Copyright Law
2015 - Mar 16 on The .DOCTOR Quarantine
2015 - Mar 16 on The .DOCTOR Quarantine
2015 - Mar 16 on The .DOCTOR Quarantine
2015 - Mar 14 on The .DOCTOR Quarantine
2015 - Mar 14 on The .DOCTOR Quarantine
2015 - Mar 05 on Google Chose to Win .APP in an ICANN Auction for $25m - Why?
2015 - Mar 05 on Google Chose to Win .APP in an ICANN Auction for $25m - Why?
2015 - Mar 05 on Google Chose to Win .APP in an ICANN Auction for $25m - Why?
2015 - Mar 04 on Google Chose to Win .APP in an ICANN Auction for $25m - Why?
2015 - Mar 04 on The DNS Still Isn't a Directory
2015 - Mar 03 on The DNS Still Isn't a Directory
2015 - Mar 03 on The DNS Still Isn't a Directory
2015 - Feb 19 on ICANN's Auction Piggy Bank Just Got Twice As Big
2015 - Feb 15 on ICANN's Auction Piggy Bank Just Got Twice As Big
2015 - Jan 22 on IANA Transition Planning Proceeding in Fine Internet Style
2015 - Jan 14 on When DNSBLs Go Bad
2015 - Jan 14 on When DNSBLs Go Bad
2015 - Jan 10 on Time to Spread the Muck, ICANN
2014 - Dec 19 on Thirty-Three Million and Counting
2014 - Dec 04 on Is the ICANN New gTLD Program a Draft for a V2 of the Internet?
2014 - Dec 03 on Is the ICANN New gTLD Program a Draft for a V2 of the Internet?
2014 - Dec 03 on Is the ICANN New gTLD Program a Draft for a V2 of the Internet?
2014 - Dec 03 on Is the ICANN New gTLD Program a Draft for a V2 of the Internet?
2014 - Dec 03 on Is the ICANN New gTLD Program a Draft for a V2 of the Internet?
2014 - Oct 05 on New gTLD Fees Threaten the Diversity of the Name Space
2014 - Oct 05 on New gTLD Fees Threaten the Diversity of the Name Space
2014 - Oct 05 on New gTLD Fees Threaten the Diversity of the Name Space
2014 - Oct 05 on New gTLD Fees Threaten the Diversity of the Name Space
2014 - Oct 05 on New gTLD Fees Threaten the Diversity of the Name Space
2014 - Aug 03 on Anti-Spoofing, BCP 38, and the Tragedy of the Commons
2014 - Aug 03 on Anti-Spoofing, BCP 38, and the Tragedy of the Commons
2014 - Aug 03 on Anti-Spoofing, BCP 38, and the Tragedy of the Commons
2014 - Jul 31 on ICANN's .IR Response Opens Legal Can of Worms
2014 - Jul 14 on Where Are the Registrars With New gTLDs on the Mobile Web?
2014 - Jul 14 on Where Are the Registrars With New gTLDs on the Mobile Web?
2014 - Jun 11 on Welcome to the .uk - Unless You're Not in the UK
2014 - May 27 on IP Addresses in Cars, Car Manufacturers as Internet Registries? - Another Need for IPv6 Now!
2014 - May 23 on IP Addresses in Cars, Car Manufacturers as Internet Registries? - Another Need for IPv6 Now!
2014 - May 23 on IP Addresses in Cars, Car Manufacturers as Internet Registries? - Another Need for IPv6 Now!
2014 - May 21 on IP Addresses in Cars, Car Manufacturers as Internet Registries? - Another Need for IPv6 Now!
2014 - May 14 on New TLD Update
2014 - Mar 17 on How Are ICANN's New TLDs Doing?
2014 - Feb 25 on 1st Sealed Bid gTLD Contention Auction Completed for the String .One
2014 - Jan 30 on The Need for a Remedial gTLD Program for #newgtlds
2014 - Jan 29 on The Need for a Remedial gTLD Program for #newgtlds
2014 - Jan 21 on Singular and Plural New gTLDs: Costly Headaches
2014 - Jan 21 on Singular and Plural New gTLDs: Costly Headaches
2013 - Nov 15 on Will the ICANN Auctions Kill off New gTLD Innovation?
2013 - Oct 31 on Technical Viability of Dotless Domain Names
2013 - Oct 26 on An Internet Governance Update
2013 - Oct 22 on An Internet Governance Update
2013 - Sep 27 on New gTLD Registration Strategies: Preparing for the Inevitable
2013 - Sep 21 on Wow. That's a Lot of Reserved Names
2013 - Sep 13 on Plumbing Neutrality
2013 - Sep 13 on Plumbing Neutrality
2013 - Sep 12 on Plumbing Neutrality
2013 - Aug 15 on Singular and Plural New gTLDs: Costly Headaches
2013 - Aug 15 on Singular and Plural New gTLDs: Costly Headaches
2013 - Aug 15 on Singular and Plural New gTLDs: Costly Headaches
2013 - Aug 14 on Singular and Plural New gTLDs: Costly Headaches
2013 - Aug 05 on Singular and Plural New gTLDs: Costly Headaches
2013 - Jul 10 on Singular and Plural TLDs: A Rather Strange Decision
2013 - Jul 10 on Singular and Plural TLDs: A Rather Strange Decision
2013 - Jul 10 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Jul 10 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Jul 09 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Jul 09 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Mar 30 on Verisign Doesn't Think the Net Is Ready for a Thousand New TLDs
2013 - Mar 30 on Verisign Doesn't Think the Net Is Ready for a Thousand New TLDs
2013 - Mar 30 on Verisign Doesn't Think the Net Is Ready for a Thousand New TLDs
2013 - Mar 30 on Verisign Doesn't Think the Net Is Ready for a Thousand New TLDs
2013 - Mar 30 on Verisign Doesn't Think the Net Is Ready for a Thousand New TLDs
2013 - Jan 23 on The Incredible Leakyness of Commercial Mailers
2013 - Jan 05 on Private vs. ICANN Auction of Last Resort
2013 - Jan 03 on Private vs. ICANN Auction of Last Resort
2012 - Dec 04 on gTLD Contention Set Auctions: Private Auction Alternatives
2012 - Jul 20 on A Confession About The ICANN WHOIS Data Reminder Policy
2012 - May 27 on Running DNSBLs in an IPv6 World
2012 - Apr 01 on IPv6 DNS Blacklists Reconsidered
2012 - Mar 06 on How Spam Has Damaged Mail Forwarding - And Ways to Get Around It
2012 - Feb 15 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2012 - Feb 15 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2012 - Feb 15 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2012 - Feb 15 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2012 - Feb 13 on How Frequently Do Botnets Reuse IP Addresses?
2012 - Feb 03 on World Notices That Verisign Said Three Months Ago That They Had a Security Breach Two Years Ago
2012 - Jan 27 on Trademarking .generics - the .bank Fiasco!
2012 - Jan 25 on Trademarking .generics - the .bank Fiasco!
2011 - Nov 05 on Is Africa Ready for a dotAfrica gTLD Future?
2011 - Nov 04 on Is Africa Ready for a dotAfrica gTLD Future?
2011 - Oct 21 on The Mainsleaze Blog
2011 - Jul 13 on Email in the World's Languages - Part III
2011 - Jul 10 on New gTLD Applicants Must Reduce Cognitive Biases
2011 - Jul 06 on Top-Level Domains and Search
2011 - Jun 24 on Searching Under Lampposts with DKIM
2011 - Jun 23 on Searching Under Lampposts with DKIM
2011 - Jun 22 on Searching Under Lampposts with DKIM
2011 - Jun 13 on US Laws Remain Set to Govern Upcoming Multilingual Internet via New gTLDs
2011 - Jun 09 on New ICANN Requirements for New gTLDs Are Irrelevant
2011 - Jun 01 on The gTLD Boondoggle
2011 - May 31 on The gTLD Boondoggle
2011 - May 31 on The gTLD Boondoggle
2011 - May 30 on The gTLD Boondoggle
2011 - May 30 on The gTLD Boondoggle
2011 - Apr 20 on IP Blocklists, Email, and IPv6
2011 - Mar 23 on ICANN Approves .XXX Again
2011 - Mar 03 on IP Blocklists, Email, and IPv6
2011 - Mar 03 on IP Blocklists, Email, and IPv6
2011 - Mar 02 on IP Blocklists, Email, and IPv6
2010 - Nov 25 on IPv6 and Transitional Myths
2010 - Nov 24 on IPv6 and Transitional Myths
2010 - Nov 05 on A New Internet Extension Can Compete with .COM
2010 - Nov 05 on A New Internet Extension Can Compete with .COM
2010 - Oct 26 on Landing Sites, Internet's Achilles Heel of the Internet?
2010 - Oct 17 on United States Is the Most Bot-Infected Country. Right?
2010 - Oct 16 on The Spamhaus Whitelist
2010 - Sep 21 on Could .NAME be the Killer App ENUM is Waiting For?
2010 - Sep 21 on Could .NAME be the Killer App ENUM is Waiting For?
2010 - Sep 18 on Could .NAME be the Killer App ENUM is Waiting For?
2010 - Sep 12 on MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway
2010 - Sep 12 on MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway
2010 - Sep 12 on MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway
2010 - Sep 12 on MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway
2010 - Sep 12 on MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway
2010 - Sep 10 on ARF is Now an IETF Standard
2010 - Mar 14 on Sender Address Verification: Still a Bad Idea
2010 - Mar 13 on Sender Address Verification: Still a Bad Idea
2010 - Mar 12 on Sender Address Verification: Still a Bad Idea
2010 - Mar 03 on Creditor Can Execute Against Domain Name Where Registry is Located: Office Depot v. Zuccarini
2010 - Jan 07 on How Not to Develop Public Policy
2009 - Nov 19 on A Thought About Not-Quite-ASCII Top Level Domains
2009 - Nov 19 on A Thought About Not-Quite-ASCII Top Level Domains
2009 - Nov 13 on How Do You Do Secure Bank Transactions on the Internet?
2009 - Nov 12 on The Tempest in the TLD Teapot
2009 - Nov 09 on The Tempest in the TLD Teapot
2009 - Sep 05 on Google's Simple Home Page Now Patented
2009 - Aug 24 on Helping Banks Fight Phishing and Account Fraud, Whether They Like It or Not
2009 - Aug 14 on Why Can't We Make the Internet Secure?
2009 - Aug 10 on Why Can't We Make the Internet Secure?
2009 - Aug 10 on Why Can't We Make the Internet Secure?
2009 - Aug 02 on Accepting New Top-Level Domains As Suffix-Less Cyber Brands
2009 - Aug 02 on Accepting New Top-Level Domains As Suffix-Less Cyber Brands
2009 - Jul 17 on DNS, My God It's Full of Stars...
2009 - Jul 13 on How Unconscionable is the Profit That Verisign Makes from Its Registry?
2009 - Jun 13 on Fight Phishing With Branding
2009 - Jun 12 on Fight Phishing With Branding
2009 - Jun 10 on Fight Phishing With Branding
2009 - Jun 03 on DKIM for Discussion Lists
2009 - Jun 01 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - Jun 01 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - May 31 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - May 31 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - May 31 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - Apr 29 on ICA to ICANN: The IRT Must Open Up Or Be Stripped of Official Status and Support
2009 - Apr 23 on ICA to ICANN: The IRT Must Open Up Or Be Stripped of Official Status and Support
2009 - Apr 22 on ICA to ICANN: The IRT Must Open Up Or Be Stripped of Official Status and Support
2009 - Mar 13 on Searching for Truth in DKIM: Part 2 of 5
2009 - Mar 01 on Sender Address Verification: Still a Bad Idea
2009 - Feb 10 on ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market
2009 - Feb 10 on ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market
2009 - Feb 06 on ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market
2009 - Feb 06 on ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market
2009 - Feb 05 on ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market
2009 - Feb 04 on ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market
2009 - Feb 04 on ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market
2009 - Jan 24 on That Letter to ICANN from the NTIA
2009 - Jan 14 on Spam Fighting: Lessons from Jack Bauer?
2009 - Jan 14 on Spam Fighting: Lessons from Jack Bauer?
2009 - Jan 13 on Spam Fighting: Lessons from Jack Bauer?
2009 - Jan 13 on Spam Fighting: Lessons from Jack Bauer?
2008 - Dec 19 on ICANN Sets the Schedule to Kill Domain Tasting
2008 - Nov 28 on ICANN Responsible for Domain Name Trademark Mess
2008 - Nov 27 on Facebook Wins $800M Against Spammer. So What?
2008 - Nov 27 on How Fast is Internet Traffic Growing?
2008 - Nov 25 on Facebook Wins $800M Against Spammer. So What?
2008 - Nov 22 on ICANN Responsible for Domain Name Trademark Mess
2008 - Oct 15 on Users Don't Like Forwarded Spam
2008 - Oct 14 on Cluck, Cluck... ICANN and Contract Compliance Enforcement
2008 - Oct 14 on Cluck, Cluck... ICANN and Contract Compliance Enforcement
2008 - Jul 21 on How Much Do You Think a .ORG, .BIZ, or .INFO Domain Costs?
2008 - Jul 11 on Why New TLDs Don't Matter
2008 - Jul 10 on Why New TLDs Don't Matter
2008 - Jul 10 on Why New TLDs Don't Matter
2008 - Jul 08 on Why New TLDs Don't Matter
2008 - May 21 on A Case of Mistaken Identity
2008 - May 19 on A Case of Mistaken Identity
2008 - May 08 on A Patent for SiteFinder-Like Resolution
2008 - May 08 on A Patent for SiteFinder-Like Resolution
2008 - Mar 06 on The Anti-Phishing Consumer Protection Act of 2008
2008 - Mar 06 on The Anti-Phishing Consumer Protection Act of 2008
2008 - Mar 06 on The Anti-Phishing Consumer Protection Act of 2008
2008 - Feb 28 on The Front Running Class Action Suit
2008 - Feb 27 on The Front Running Class Action Suit
2008 - Feb 27 on The Front Running Class Action Suit
2008 - Feb 05 on Domain Tasting to Go Away for Real This Time
2008 - Feb 05 on Domain Tasting to Go Away for Real This Time
2008 - Feb 05 on Domain Tasting to Go Away for Real This Time
2008 - Feb 04 on Domain Tasting to Go Away for Real This Time
2008 - Feb 02 on Domain Tasting to Go Away for Real This Time
2008 - Jan 30 on Domain Tasting to Go Away for Real This Time
2007 - Dec 13 on More on Dell's Anti-Tasting Suit
2007 - Dec 04 on More on Dell's Anti-Tasting Suit
2007 - Sep 11 on More on WHOIS Privacy
2007 - Sep 08 on More on WHOIS Privacy
2007 - Sep 05 on More on WHOIS Privacy
2007 - Sep 05 on Spamhaus Appeal: They Win on Substance
2007 - Sep 04 on More on WHOIS Privacy
2007 - Jul 26 on Registerfly Victims Are Really Stuck Now
2007 - Jul 06 on Squeegee Domains
2007 - Jul 06 on Squeegee Domains
2007 - Jul 05 on Squeegee Domains
2007 - Jun 27 on Squeegee Domains
2007 - Jun 26 on Squeegee Domains
2007 - Jun 26 on Squeegee Domains
2007 - Jun 25 on Squeegee Domains
2007 - Jun 13 on Oklahoma Spammer Fighter Loses Even Worse
2007 - Jun 12 on Oklahoma Spammer Fighter Loses Even Worse
2007 - Jun 12 on Oklahoma Spammer Fighter Loses Even Worse
2007 - Apr 08 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2007 - Apr 07 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2007 - Mar 18 on An Alternative to .XXX: IANA Adult Port Assignments
2007 - Mar 18 on An Alternative to .XXX: IANA Adult Port Assignments
2007 - Feb 24 on More Top-Level Domain Wildcards
2007 - Jan 12 on Huge Increase in Spam in October Email
2006 - Aug 18 on Nation of Cameroon Typo-Squats the Entire .com Space
2006 - Aug 18 on Nation of Cameroon Typo-Squats the Entire .com Space
2006 - Aug 12 on Another Try at Proof-of-Work e-Postage Email
2006 - Aug 09 on More Top-Level Domain Wildcards
2006 - Aug 09 on Nation of Cameroon Typo-Squats the Entire .com Space
2006 - Aug 07 on Nation of Cameroon Typo-Squats the Entire .com Space
2006 - Aug 07 on Nation of Cameroon Typo-Squats the Entire .com Space
2006 - Aug 02 on Another Try at Proof-of-Work e-Postage Email
2006 - Aug 02 on Another Try at Proof-of-Work e-Postage Email
2006 - May 11 on In Bad Taste
2006 - May 04 on In Bad Taste
2006 - May 03 on In Bad Taste
2006 - Feb 24 on Sponsored TLD Unnecessary? Ron Andruff Responds to Forrester Research
2006 - Feb 23 on Sponsored TLD Unnecessary? Ron Andruff Responds to Forrester Research
2006 - Feb 23 on Sponsored TLD Unnecessary? Ron Andruff Responds to Forrester Research
2006 - Jan 18 on The Politics of Email Authentication, 2006 Edition
2006 - Jan 06 on The Politics of Email Authentication, 2006 Edition
2006 - Jan 04 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2006 - Jan 04 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2006 - Jan 02 on Time to Renew .coop, .museum, and .aero ICANN
2006 - Jan 01 on Time to Renew .coop, .museum, and .aero ICANN
2005 - Dec 04 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2005 - Nov 09 on DMA Requires Email Authentication, Do We Care?
2005 - Oct 30 on ICANN Gets the Root Zone, Too
2005 - Oct 29 on Welcome to the Root, .MOBI
2005 - Oct 27 on Verisign Gets .COM Forever, But ICANN Gets a Lobbyist
2005 - Oct 25 on Verisign Gets .COM Forever, But ICANN Gets a Lobbyist
2005 - Sep 10 on Abusive Anti-Anti-Spam Scheme a Dreadful Strategy
2005 - Sep 01 on Abusive Anti-Anti-Spam Scheme a Dreadful Strategy
2005 - Aug 26 on Maybe the IETF Won't Publish SPF and Sender-ID as Experimental RFCs After All
2005 - Aug 26 on Maybe the IETF Won't Publish SPF and Sender-ID as Experimental RFCs After All
2005 - Aug 03 on SPF Loses Mindshare
2005 - Aug 03 on SPF Loses Mindshare
2005 - Jul 30 on Abusive Anti-Anti-Spam Scheme a Dreadful Strategy
2005 - Jul 27 on Abusive Anti-Anti-Spam Scheme a Dreadful Strategy
2005 - Jul 01 on We Hate Spam Except, Of Course, When It's Inconvenient to Do So
2005 - Jun 28 on We Hate Spam Except, Of Course, When It's Inconvenient to Do So
2005 - Jun 21 on We Hate Spam Except, Of Course, When It's Inconvenient to Do So

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