Phillip Hallam-Baker

Phillip Hallam-Baker

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2016 - Jan 05 on Why More Effort Won't Solve the Exceptional Access Problem
2015 - Jan 16 on Software Insecurity: The Problem with the White House Cybersecurity Proposals
2014 - May 03 on Wow! BIND9 9.10 Is out, and What a List of Features!
2014 - May 03 on Wow! BIND9 9.10 Is out, and What a List of Features!
2014 - May 02 on What Does "Network Neutrality" Mean?
2014 - May 02 on Wow! BIND9 9.10 Is out, and What a List of Features!
2014 - Jan 15 on Inside Bitcoins
2014 - Jan 15 on Inside Bitcoins
2014 - Jan 05 on Think ICANN Will End Up Rolling in New gTLD Cash? Think Again!
2013 - Dec 31 on The Naive Arrogance of FUSSPs
2013 - Oct 29 on Google's Project Shield May Actually Be A Double-Edged Sword
2013 - Jun 02 on Liberty Reserve Now, Bitcoin Next?
2012 - Dec 29 on IPv6 Presents a Security Paradox for the Network
2012 - Dec 10 on The Dubai Debacle: Does It Matter?
2012 - Dec 10 on It's Not Paranoia if They Are Really After You!
2012 - Jan 18 on Refusing REFUSED
2011 - Aug 19 on Defense in Depth for DNSSEC Applications
2011 - Jul 14 on How to Abolish the DNS Hierarchy... But It's a Bad Idea
2011 - Jun 05 on Syrian Internet Shutdown
2011 - Jun 03 on Anycast, Unicast, or Both?
2011 - Jun 03 on Anycast, Unicast, or Both?
2011 - Jun 01 on Anycast, Unicast, or Both?
2011 - May 31 on Anycast, Unicast, or Both?
2011 - May 30 on The gTLD Boondoggle
2011 - May 30 on Taking Back the DNS
2011 - May 30 on Taking Back the DNS
2011 - May 29 on Experts Urge Congress to Reject DNS Filtering from PROTECT IP Act, Serious Technical Concerns Raised
2011 - May 29 on Taking Back the DNS
2011 - May 29 on Taking Back the DNS
2011 - May 28 on Experts Urge Congress to Reject DNS Filtering from PROTECT IP Act, Serious Technical Concerns Raised
2011 - Mar 16 on The Real Deployment Issue
2011 - Feb 14 on Taking Back the DNS
2011 - Jan 01 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2011 - Jan 01 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 28 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 28 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 28 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 27 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 27 on Affidavit Shows Errors in Homeland Security Domain Seizures
2010 - Dec 27 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 13 on The Trouble With 6to4
2010 - Dec 07 on The Trouble With 6to4
2010 - Dec 06 on The Trouble With 6to4
2010 - Dec 06 on The Trouble With 6to4
2010 - Dec 06 on The Trouble With 6to4
2010 - Nov 09 on Red Tape Set to Snuff Out Online Identity of Wales
2010 - Nov 09 on Red Tape Set to Snuff Out Online Identity of Wales
2010 - Nov 03 on Kidnapping, Theft and Rape Are Not "Cyber" Crimes
2010 - Nov 03 on Kidnapping, Theft and Rape Are Not "Cyber" Crimes
2010 - Nov 02 on Kidnapping, Theft and Rape Are Not "Cyber" Crimes
2010 - Oct 23 on Gruber Gives Up On His IDN
2010 - Oct 20 on The Militarization of the Internet
2010 - Oct 17 on Scrutinize ICANN's Thousand New-TLDs Limit
2010 - Oct 16 on Scrutinize ICANN's Thousand New-TLDs Limit
2010 - Sep 20 on Turns out ICANN's Beckstrom is an Inspirational Patron of the Tea Party
2010 - Sep 07 on DNS Clients Do Request DNSSEC Today
2010 - Sep 07 on DNS Clients Do Request DNSSEC Today
2010 - Aug 26 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 25 on Russian Cybercrime is Organized / Russian Cybercrime is Not Organized
2010 - Aug 13 on Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View
2010 - Aug 02 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 02 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 02 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 01 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 01 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 01 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 01 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Aug 01 on Taking Back the DNS
2010 - Jul 29 on Cyberwar vs No Cyberwar
2010 - Jul 28 on Cyberwar vs No Cyberwar
2010 - Jul 28 on Clouded by a Convenient Illusion
2010 - Jul 28 on Clouded by a Convenient Illusion
2010 - Jul 24 on FCC's McDowell Warns of "Irreversible International Regulation"
2010 - Jul 23 on DotCo Launch: Over 90 Thousand Domain Names in 15 Minutes!
2010 - Jul 23 on The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU
2010 - Jul 22 on DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era
2010 - Jul 21 on Moving DNSSEC Forward: Help for Registries, Registrars, ISPs/Hosting, Enterprises, and Name Owners
2010 - Jul 21 on The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU
2010 - Jul 21 on DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era
2010 - Jul 20 on The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU
2010 - Jul 19 on DNSSEC is But One Link in the Security Chain
2010 - Jul 19 on DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era
2010 - Jul 19 on DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era
2010 - Jul 19 on Current ICANN Policy Precludes the ITU Becoming an IP Address Registry
2010 - Jul 18 on DNSSEC is But One Link in the Security Chain
2010 - Jul 18 on DNSSEC is But One Link in the Security Chain
2010 - Jul 02 on DNSSEC Deployment Among ISPs: The Why, How, and What
2010 - Jul 01 on Who Is Blocking WHOIS? Part 2
2010 - Jul 01 on Video: Highlights of the DNSSEC Key Signing Ceremony
2010 - Jul 01 on DNSSEC Deployment Among ISPs: The Why, How, and What
2010 - Jul 01 on The .XXX Fiasco is Almost Over
2010 - May 25 on VeriSign Leaves the Security Certificate Business
2010 - May 25 on VeriSign Leaves the Security Certificate Business
2010 - May 25 on VeriSign Leaves the Security Certificate Business

Topic Interests

DNSWhoisInternet GovernanceICANNNew TLDsCensorshipDNS SecurityDomain NamesCybersecurityBroadbandWirelessAccess ProvidersPolicy & RegulationNet NeutralityMobile InternetTelecomIPv6 TransitionThreat IntelligenceLawSpamDomain ManagementRegistry ServicesCybercrime IPv4 MarketsInternet ProtocolRegional RegistriesCloud ComputingEmailCyberattackMalwarePrivacyMultilinguismVoIPNetworksBlockchainWeb

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