J.D. Falk

J.D. Falk

Internet Standards and Governance
Joined on April 2, 2008
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About

From all of us at CircleID: It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Jesse David (J.D.) Falk, 1974 - 2011

J.D. Falk worked on anti-spam systems and policies for such influential companies as the original Mail Abuse Prevention System, Microsoft, and Yahoo!.  As a part of Return Path’s Email Intelligence Group he worked on products and services which help major ISPs deal with spam and related e-mail issues, and was involved in developing technical standards for the internet.

J.D. sat on the board of the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email, and was the Document Editor of the Program Committee of the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG).  He lived near San Francisco with his wife and a cat named Bacon.

Except where otherwise noted, all postings by J.D. Falk on CircleID are licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Comments

2011 - Sep 25 on DKIM for Discussion Lists
2011 - Apr 27 on Top 3 New Requirements to the TLD Evaluation Criteria and What They Mean for Applicants
2011 - Apr 06 on Impenetrable Processes and Fool's Gold at ICANN
2011 - Feb 11 on How the End of IPv4 Affects Email and Hosting
2011 - Jan 14 on Confirmed: Bill Clinton to Address ICANN Meeting in SF
2011 - Jan 13 on Confirmed: Bill Clinton to Address ICANN Meeting in SF
2011 - Jan 06 on Where Every Phisher Knows Your Name
2010 - Nov 15 on Facebook + email = Facebook
2010 - Oct 06 on Libyan Government Seizes vb.ly Domain
2010 - Sep 01 on DKIM for Discussion Lists
2010 - Aug 10 on Clouded by a Convenient Illusion
2010 - Jul 28 on Clouded by a Convenient Illusion
2010 - Mar 26 on MIT 2010 Spam Conference Starts Tomorrow...
2009 - Oct 14 on An Unwelcome Afterlife for a Long-Dead Blacklist
2009 - Oct 05 on Risk of Portfolio Approach to Cybersquatting
2009 - Jun 13 on DKIM for Discussion Lists
2009 - Jun 05 on DKIM for Discussion Lists
2009 - Jun 02 on DKIM for Discussion Lists
2009 - Mar 10 on Searching for Truth in DKIM: Part 1 of 5
2008 - Oct 07 on The Root of All Email
2008 - Apr 09 on Call for "ISP Point of Contact" Database for Neutrality "Event" Concerns

Topic Interests

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