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The Famous Brett Watson


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TFBW has a PhD from Macquarie University (Sydney), with a thesis entitled “Network Protocol Design with Machiavellian Robustness”, but works day-to-day as a humble Perl developer. Aside from Internet technologies and computer science in general, his primary interest is philosophy (as the art of reasoned analysis, argument, and clear thinking).

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2021 - Aug 08 on The Irrationality of Deploying IPv6
2021 - May 15 on Transport vs. Network
2019 - Jul 15 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2018 - Dec 28 on Internet Economics
2018 - Dec 01 on Stop Using the Term "Open Internet"
2018 - Nov 12 on A Less Than Candid PP-2018 OTT Resolution
2018 - Nov 01 on Over the Top Services at the ITU PP-2018: Considering the Pittsburgh Massacre
2018 - Oct 30 on Over the Top Services at the ITU PP-2018: Considering the Pittsburgh Massacre
2018 - Oct 30 on Amid Shutdown, Gab.com Claims Free Speech Infringement While Many Others View Them as Hate Site
2018 - May 28 on GDPR PII Time-Bomb? Kill it With Fire!
2018 - May 27 on GDPR PII Time-Bomb? Kill it With Fire!
2018 - Feb 26 on Humming an Open Internet Demise in London?
2017 - Nov 13 on Weaponizing the Internet Using the "End-to-end Principle" Myth
2017 - Nov 13 on Weaponizing the Internet Using the "End-to-end Principle" Myth
2017 - May 15 on The Criminals Behind WannaCry
2017 - May 12 on Jakarta Declaration Calls on Governments to Recognize Legitimacy of Encryption
2017 - May 11 on Jakarta Declaration Calls on Governments to Recognize Legitimacy of Encryption
2017 - May 11 on Jakarta Declaration Calls on Governments to Recognize Legitimacy of Encryption
2017 - May 10 on Jakarta Declaration Calls on Governments to Recognize Legitimacy of Encryption
2017 - May 10 on Jakarta Declaration Calls on Governments to Recognize Legitimacy of Encryption
2017 - May 10 on Jakarta Declaration Calls on Governments to Recognize Legitimacy of Encryption
2017 - Apr 29 on Sorry, Not Sorry: WHOIS Data Must Remain Public
2017 - Mar 14 on And the Wait Continues for .Corp, .Home and .Mail Applicants
2017 - Mar 13 on And the Wait Continues for .Corp, .Home and .Mail Applicants
2016 - Nov 20 on A Real-Names Domain Registration Policy Would Discourage Political Lying
2016 - Oct 25 on The Internet Needs a Security and Performance Upgrade
2016 - Oct 22 on Substantial DDoS Attack Disrupts Twitter, Netflix, Visa and other Major Sites
2016 - May 28 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 28 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 27 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2015 - Sep 21 on Can We Stop IP Spoofing? A New Whitepaper Explores the Issues
2015 - Sep 20 on Can We Stop IP Spoofing? A New Whitepaper Explores the Issues
2015 - Mar 17 on The .DOCTOR Quarantine
2014 - Aug 03 on Anti-Spoofing, BCP 38, and the Tragedy of the Commons
2014 - Aug 02 on Anti-Spoofing, BCP 38, and the Tragedy of the Commons
2014 - May 01 on Net Neutrality? Give Me a Break
2014 - Apr 05 on Snowshoe Spam: What It Is, and How Not to Look Like You Send It
2014 - Feb 18 on Extreme Vulnerability at the Edge of the Internet - A Fresh New Universal Human-Rights Problem
2013 - Oct 12 on Domain Name Registrar Allows Completely Blank WHOIS
2013 - Oct 11 on Domain Name Registrar Allows Completely Blank WHOIS
2013 - Oct 10 on Domain Name Registrar Allows Completely Blank WHOIS
2013 - Oct 09 on Domain Name Registrar Allows Completely Blank WHOIS
2013 - Aug 24 on A Question of DNS Protocols
2013 - Aug 24 on A Question of DNS Protocols
2013 - Jul 27 on Chromecast Set to Revolutionise the TV
2013 - Mar 20 on IPv6: SAVA, Ca va pas?
2013 - Mar 02 on Google: Not All ccTLD's Are Created Equally in Generic Search Rankings
2013 - Jan 02 on 30 Years Ago Today, the Switch to TCP/IP Launched Today's Internet
2012 - Oct 05 on The Evolution of the ITU's Views on Internet Governance (2006-2012)
2012 - Oct 04 on The Evolution of the ITU's Views on Internet Governance (2006-2012)
2012 - Sep 20 on Microsoft's Takedown of 3322.org - A Gigantic Self Goal?
2012 - Jul 20 on Cyber Criminals Infiltrate Even Small Businesses
2012 - Jul 08 on Cyber Criminals Infiltrate Even Small Businesses
2012 - Jun 22 on Occam's ITRs
2012 - Jun 08 on The ICANN Hunger Games
2012 - May 02 on Google Launches Storage Service, "Drive"
2012 - Apr 01 on Fake Bank Site, Fake Registrar
2012 - Apr 01 on Fake Bank Site, Fake Registrar
2012 - Mar 30 on Fake Bank Site, Fake Registrar
2012 - Mar 12 on Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable
2012 - Feb 20 on Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable
2012 - Feb 19 on Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable
2012 - Feb 18 on Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable
2012 - Feb 08 on Phish or Fair?
2012 - Feb 07 on Phish or Fair?
2012 - Jan 28 on IP Address Reputation Primer
2012 - Jan 27 on IP Address Reputation Primer
2012 - Jan 24 on Implications of Canada's CASL - Toughest Anti-Spam Law the World Has Ever Seen
2012 - Jan 21 on Implications of Canada's CASL - Toughest Anti-Spam Law the World Has Ever Seen
2011 - Dec 10 on Greylisting Still Works - Part II
2011 - Oct 18 on Why Brands Need Their Own TLD - The Mulberry-Sale Site that Scammed Me
2011 - Sep 20 on IPv6 Transitional Uncertainties
2011 - Sep 19 on IPv6 Transitional Uncertainties
2011 - Aug 12 on FttH Is Not About High-Speed Internet Access - It Is About the Internet of Things
2011 - Jul 27 on Alignment of Interests in DNS Blocking
2011 - Jul 16 on Will Anyone Qualify As a Community TLD?
2011 - Jul 15 on Will Anyone Qualify As a Community TLD?
2011 - Jun 04 on DHCP for IPv4 vs. IPv6 - What You Need to Know
2011 - May 21 on A True Final Ultimate Solution to the Spam Problem?
2011 - May 16 on Facebook.com/Brand vs. a New TLD: What's a Brand to Do?
2011 - May 03 on Password Policies Need to Be the Same if We Want Users to Take Our Advice
2011 - Apr 30 on Defending Against the Hackers of 1995
2011 - Apr 12 on Real. Or. Phish?
2011 - Mar 21 on On Mandated Content Blocking in the Domain Name System
2011 - Mar 20 on On Mandated Content Blocking in the Domain Name System
2011 - Mar 20 on On Mandated Content Blocking in the Domain Name System
2011 - Mar 20 on On Mandated Content Blocking in the Domain Name System
2011 - Mar 19 on On Mandated Content Blocking in the Domain Name System
2011 - Mar 17 on No False-Starts, Do-Overs, or Mulligans for Email
2011 - Mar 17 on No False-Starts, Do-Overs, or Mulligans for Email
2011 - Feb 19 on Foreign Hackers Attack Canadian Government
2011 - Feb 18 on Big Business Has Been Using the New TLD Concept for Years
2011 - Jan 04 on Spam Volumes In 2010
2010 - Dec 29 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 29 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 29 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 11 on Open Internet and Democratic Principles Under Attack
2010 - Dec 11 on Open Internet and Democratic Principles Under Attack
2010 - Dec 04 on Two Years Later Dozens of Registrars Still in the Shadows
2010 - Nov 15 on The Internet Monopolies?
2010 - Oct 27 on Broadband Challenge Isn't About Plumbing
2010 - Oct 21 on Why App Stores Won't Survive
2010 - Oct 05 on ARF is Now an IETF Standard
2010 - Oct 01 on DNSSEC vs DDoS Protection: Is It Really a Choice?
2010 - Sep 23 on Policy Failure Enables Mass Malware: Part I (Rx-Partners/VIPMEDS)
2010 - Sep 19 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 18 on Could .NAME be the Killer App ENUM is Waiting For?
2010 - Sep 15 on Silvia Hagen: It's Not About IPv6 Transition But Urgent Integration
2010 - Sep 10 on ARF is Now an IETF Standard
2010 - Aug 18 on Protection of Intellectual Property: The Core of the Net Neutrality Debate
2010 - Aug 10 on Three Things Registrars Must Do to Enhance Security
2010 - Aug 10 on Three Things Registrars Must Do to Enhance Security
2010 - Aug 07 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 05 on Cyberwar vs No Cyberwar
2010 - Aug 05 on Cyberwar vs No Cyberwar
2010 - Aug 03 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Jul 19 on DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era
2010 - Jun 10 on The [Dot]Brand Tribes - Part 3
2010 - May 14 on The Sad State of WHOIS, and Why Criminals Love It
2010 - Feb 10 on Is Australia a Hot-Bed of Zombie Activity?
2010 - Feb 03 on The Greatest Free Riders of Our Time
2010 - Feb 03 on The Greatest Free Riders of Our Time
2010 - Jan 25 on Google Puts Its Foot Down
2010 - Jan 24 on Google and China: Some General Thoughts
2010 - Jan 14 on Google Puts Its Foot Down
2009 - Nov 13 on How Do You Do Secure Bank Transactions on the Internet?
2009 - Nov 13 on The Tempest in the TLD Teapot
2009 - Nov 13 on How Do You Do Secure Bank Transactions on the Internet?
2009 - Nov 10 on How Do You Do Secure Bank Transactions on the Internet?
2009 - Nov 10 on The Tempest in the TLD Teapot
2009 - Oct 24 on Net Neutrality in the US Under Fire
2009 - Oct 10 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 09 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 09 on ITU Putting Global Cyber Security on Top of Its Agenda
2009 - Oct 09 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 09 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 08 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 08 on Securing a Domain: SSL vs. DNSSEC
2009 - Oct 08 on Securing a Domain: SSL vs. DNSSEC
2009 - Oct 06 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 06 on Sender Address Verification: Still a Bad Idea
2009 - Sep 30 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Sep 30 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Sep 29 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Aug 19 on The Chinese Domain Name Bubble Bursts
2009 - Jul 14 on New Analysis Suggests Recent Cyberattacks Against US and South Korea Originated from UK Not N. Korea
2009 - Jul 05 on Turn the Table on Content Filtering
2009 - Jul 04 on Turn the Table on Content Filtering
2009 - Jul 02 on The Browser Is the OS (Thanks to Firefox 3.5, Chrome 2, Safari 4)
2009 - Jun 24 on Extending the JPA is the Right Thing to Do
2009 - Jun 18 on How is ICANN Spending Your Money?
2009 - Jun 02 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - May 22 on Why DNS Is Broken, Part 2: DoS Target
2009 - Mar 27 on Obama's Missed Opportunity
2009 - Mar 26 on Obama's Missed Opportunity
2009 - Mar 17 on DPI is Not a Four-Letter Word!
2009 - Mar 01 on What ICANN Participants Have in Common with (and Could Learn from) Quakers
2009 - Feb 04 on Yellow Parking Violation Fliers on Windshields Get Drivers to Visit Malicious Website
2009 - Jan 28 on Law Requiring Sex Offenders to Hand Over All Internet Passwords Going Too Far?
2009 - Jan 07 on The Problem With HTTPS SSL Runs Deeper Than MD5
2009 - Jan 07 on The Problem With HTTPS SSL Runs Deeper Than MD5
2009 - Jan 06 on The Problem With HTTPS SSL Runs Deeper Than MD5
2008 - Dec 28 on One Good Outcome from the Wall Street Journal: Google Flap
2008 - Dec 19 on What If I Were Wrong About Edge-Caching?
2008 - Dec 15 on Eugene Kaspersky: We Need Interpol for Internet, Law Enforcement Agencies Have Jurisdictional Limits
2008 - Dec 05 on The Path Towards Centralization of Internet Governance Under UN: Part 3
2008 - Nov 22 on Old New Telco Thinking
2008 - Nov 20 on Old New Telco Thinking
2008 - Nov 19 on Old New Telco Thinking
2008 - Oct 30 on Expansion of Top-Level Domain Names: Why Current Brand Protection Procedures Will Be Impractical
2008 - Oct 07 on The Root of All Email
2008 - Oct 07 on The Root of All Email
2008 - Sep 30 on Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong
2008 - Sep 29 on Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong
2008 - Sep 29 on Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong
2008 - Sep 29 on Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong
2008 - Sep 24 on Comcast's Network Management Practices: A Brief Analysis
2008 - Sep 18 on IGF Meeting Blacklisted
2008 - Sep 09 on Soon in a Mail Box Near You: Internationalized Email Addresses
2008 - Aug 11 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 11 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 09 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 08 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 05 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 04 on Another Wrong-Headed WSJ Editorial
2008 - Aug 03 on Another Wrong-Headed WSJ Editorial
2008 - Aug 02 on Another Wrong-Headed WSJ Editorial
2008 - Jul 28 on No Fines for Comcast
2008 - Jul 22 on Shouting 'Bug' on a Crowded Internet...
2008 - Jul 15 on No Fines for Comcast
2008 - Jul 15 on No Fines for Comcast
2008 - Jul 14 on No Fines for Comcast
2008 - Jul 14 on No Fines for Comcast
2008 - Jul 13 on No Fines for Comcast
2008 - Jun 23 on Potential Danger Ahead for Registrants: dot-info Abusive Domain Use Policy
2008 - Jun 11 on CIRA Creates Backdoor WHOIS Exceptions for Police and IP Owners
2008 - Apr 26 on Microsoft's Contribution Was TCP/IP
2008 - Mar 07 on Don't Register Your Domain in the U.S. if it's Controversial
2008 - Mar 06 on Don't Register Your Domain in the U.S. if it's Controversial
2008 - Mar 01 on IPv6 in Slovak Academic Network
2008 - Feb 11 on IPv6: Do as I Say or Do as I Do?
2008 - Jan 08 on Up to 300 Megawatt Worth of Keepalive Messages to be Saved by IPv6?
2007 - Dec 17 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 12 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 05 on In Praise of Relatively Dumb Pipes
2007 - Dec 04 on In Praise of Relatively Dumb Pipes
2007 - Dec 03 on In Praise of Relatively Dumb Pipes
2007 - Nov 29 on In Praise of Relatively Dumb Pipes
2007 - Nov 29 on In Praise of Relatively Dumb Pipes
2007 - Nov 29 on An Internet Security Operations Viewpoint of IGF
2007 - Nov 23 on An Internet Security Operations Viewpoint of IGF
2007 - Nov 22 on An Internet Security Operations Viewpoint of IGF
2007 - Nov 22 on An Internet Security Operations Viewpoint of IGF
2007 - Nov 21 on An Internet Security Operations Viewpoint of IGF
2007 - Oct 31 on NANOGGING
2007 - Oct 30 on Are Domain Name Portfolios Actually Worth What They Are Touted to Be?
2007 - Oct 29 on Are Domain Name Portfolios Actually Worth What They Are Touted to Be?
2007 - Oct 28 on Are Domain Name Portfolios Actually Worth What They Are Touted to Be?
2007 - Oct 25 on Are Domain Name Portfolios Actually Worth What They Are Touted to Be?
2007 - Aug 29 on If WHOIS Privacy is a Good Idea, Why is it Going Nowhere?
2007 - Aug 21 on How Spammers Get Around SPF
2007 - Aug 10 on Defending Networks Against DNS Rebinding Attacks
2007 - Aug 09 on Phishers Now Targeting Domain Registrars
2007 - Aug 08 on Phishers Now Targeting Domain Registrars
2007 - Jul 26 on Commentary on the FTC Spam Summit
2007 - Apr 11 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2007 - Apr 07 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2007 - Apr 04 on Putting Some Circuit Breakers Into DNS to Protect The Net
2007 - Mar 26 on Recent COPA Ruling Shedding Light on Usefulness of XXX as Voluntary Self Regulatory Vehicle?
2007 - Mar 19 on The Real Problem with dot-XXX
2007 - Mar 18 on An Alternative to .XXX: IANA Adult Port Assignments
2007 - Mar 17 on The Real Problem with dot-XXX
2007 - Mar 12 on Are We Slowly Losing Control of the Internet?
2007 - Feb 12 on The Fragile Network
2007 - Jan 16 on Google's Top-10 Search Terms Dominated By Trademarks
2006 - Dec 29 on Map of the Internet: The IPv4 Space of 2006
2006 - Dec 29 on Map of the Internet: The IPv4 Space of 2006
2006 - Dec 28 on Map of the Internet: The IPv4 Space of 2006
2006 - Nov 30 on Huge Increase in Spam in October Email
2006 - Nov 07 on More than 99% of Email is Spam?
2006 - Oct 23 on ICANN Board to Vote on Domain Tasting Measure
2006 - Oct 15 on Spamming the News Cycle: Spamhaus Non-Story Goes Viral
2006 - Oct 03 on Another View of the New ICANN-DoC Agreement
2006 - Oct 03 on ICANN and the DOC
2006 - Oct 02 on ICANN and the DOC
2006 - Sep 30 on ICANN and the DOC
2006 - Sep 19 on .MS: Alternate Root and Monoculture as Good Things
2006 - Sep 08 on Tiered (Variable) Pricing Compromise?
2006 - Sep 03 on IPv6: Extinction, Evolution or Revolution?
2006 - Sep 01 on Tiered (Variable) Pricing Compromise?
2006 - Aug 31 on Why We Need to Find Solutions on Internet Governance As Soon As Possible
2006 - Aug 29 on Why We Need to Find Solutions on Internet Governance As Soon As Possible
2006 - Jun 22 on Conflict of Opinion
2006 - Jun 13 on Domain Tasting Target of US Federal Cybersquatting Lawsuit
2006 - Jun 12 on Domain Tasting Target of US Federal Cybersquatting Lawsuit
2006 - Jun 10 on Domain Tasting Target of US Federal Cybersquatting Lawsuit
2006 - Jun 10 on Domain Tasting Target of US Federal Cybersquatting Lawsuit
2006 - Jun 02 on .XXX and Conservative Groups
2006 - May 19 on Why ICANN Nominating Committee Has Difficulty Finding Directors
2006 - May 18 on .XXX and Conservative Groups
2006 - Mar 24 on Report on DNS Amplification Attacks
2006 - Mar 08 on The Future of Some Email May Not Use Email
2006 - Mar 08 on The Future of Some Email May Not Use Email
2006 - Mar 08 on The Future of Some Email May Not Use Email
2006 - Mar 03 on China's New Domain Names: Lost in Translation
2006 - Mar 02 on China's New Domain Names: Lost in Translation
2006 - Mar 01 on China's New Domain Names: Lost in Translation
2006 - Mar 01 on A Day Which Will Live in Infamy: ICANN Board Approves VeriSign Settlement
2006 - Mar 01 on China's New Domain Names: Lost in Translation
2006 - Feb 20 on Hypertext Mail Protocol (a.k.a. Stub Email): A Proposal
2006 - Feb 15 on Internet Governance: An Antispam Perspective
2006 - Feb 11 on Questioning "Net Neutrality"
2006 - Feb 03 on AOL and Goodmail: Two Steps Back for Email
2006 - Jan 18 on Ask Vint Cerf: The Road Ahead for Top-Level Domains
2006 - Jan 09 on Europe is to the US Controlled GPS as Europe is to the US Controlled DNS Root?
2006 - Jan 05 on What's in a Name?
2006 - Jan 05 on What's in a Name?
2005 - Dec 30 on Europe is to the US Controlled GPS as Europe is to the US Controlled DNS Root?
2005 - Dec 23 on What's Wrong with Domain Names?
2005 - Dec 23 on What's Wrong with Domain Names?
2005 - Dec 02 on VeriSign-ICANN Proposed Settlement Discussed in Vancouver
2005 - Nov 16 on WSIS and the Splitting of the Root
2005 - Nov 16 on WSIS and the Splitting of the Root
2005 - Nov 16 on Would the Real Network Neutrality Please Stand Up?
2005 - Nov 16 on Would the Real Network Neutrality Please Stand Up?
2005 - Nov 15 on WSIS and the Splitting of the Root
2005 - Nov 15 on Facing the Facts on Internet Governance
2005 - Nov 10 on Questioning the Illusion of Internet Governance
2005 - Nov 07 on Nom-Com Appoints Independent and Diverse Candidates to ICANN Leadership Positions
2005 - Nov 07 on Nom-Com Appoints Independent and Diverse Candidates to ICANN Leadership Positions
2005 - Nov 04 on You Paid to Join; You Can Leave Anytime
2005 - Nov 04 on You Paid to Join; You Can Leave Anytime
2005 - Nov 03 on You Paid to Join; You Can Leave Anytime
2005 - Oct 25 on VeriSign and ICANN Settle Lawsuit
2005 - Oct 25 on Forgotten Principles of Internet Governance
2005 - Oct 20 on Breaking the Internet HOWTO
2005 - Oct 13 on Breaking the Internet HOWTO
2005 - Oct 03 on If It's About to Break, Fix It!
2005 - Sep 15 on Sitefinder Writ Small
2005 - Sep 14 on .XXX as Proposed is Wrong for Families & Kids
2005 - Sep 13 on .XXX as Proposed is Wrong for Families & Kids
2005 - Aug 26 on Criticism of Trademark Owner Deemed Legitimate Interest under ICANN UDRP
2005 - Aug 18 on So You Think You're Safe from DNS Cache Poisoning?
2005 - Aug 03 on About Those Root Servers
2005 - Aug 02 on About Those Root Servers
2005 - Jul 01 on We Hate Spam Except, Of Course, When It's Inconvenient to Do So
2005 - Jun 30 on We Hate Spam Except, Of Course, When It's Inconvenient to Do So
2005 - Jun 22 on Twenty Myths and Truths About IPv6 and the US IPv6 Transition
2005 - Jun 22 on Hope for Human Resources with .Jobs Domain
2005 - Jun 21 on Hope for Human Resources with .Jobs Domain
2005 - Jun 02 on An Infrastructure TLD: Avoiding the Side Effects of Today's .Net
2005 - Apr 19 on Phish-Proofing URLs in Email?
2005 - Apr 19 on Study Finds Spammers Use P2P Harvesting to Spam Millions
2005 - Apr 17 on Port 25 Blocking, or Fix SMTP and Leave Port 25 Alone for the Sake of Spam?
2005 - Mar 20 on Shambles at the .Pro Registry
2005 - Mar 17 on Protecting the Internet: Certified Attachments and Reverse Firewalls?
2005 - Jan 04 on Person to Person Security and Privacy Infringement
2004 - Dec 24 on Engineers on TLDs: Do You Want Me With Fries?
2004 - Dec 04 on Cornucopia: A Radically Different Approach to TLDs
2004 - Dec 04 on Cornucopia: A Radically Different Approach to TLDs
2004 - Nov 19 on Thoughts on IPv6 Day
2004 - Nov 18 on Thoughts on IPv6 Day
2004 - Nov 18 on Thoughts on IPv6 Day
2004 - Nov 01 on Sender-ID Back from the Dead
2004 - Oct 19 on Internationalizing Top-Level Domain Names: Another Look
2004 - Oct 06 on Languages in the Root: A TLD Launch Strategy Based on ISO 639
2004 - Sep 21 on Can TCP/IP Survive?
2004 - Sep 02 on Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part I
2004 - Aug 26 on What's Wrong With Spam Prosecutions
2004 - Aug 17 on Open Ends: Civil Society and Internet Governance - Part II
2004 - Aug 08 on Spam and the Introduction Problem
2004 - Jul 27 on Sender Address Verification: Solving the Spam Crisis
2004 - Jul 23 on The Site Finder Reprise
2004 - Jul 20 on 10 Reasons Why Involving Government in Spam Control is a Bad Idea

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