Neil Schwartzman

Neil Schwartzman

Executive Director, The Coalition Against unsolicited Commercial Email - CAUCE
Joined on September 15, 2003
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About

Neil Schwartzman is the Executive Director of the Coalition Against unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE). He was active with many anti-abuse organizations, like MAAWG.org, APWG.org, but is gradually giving it up to do some other cool creative things.

Except where otherwise noted, all postings by Neil Schwartzman on CircleID are licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Comments

2018 - May 27 on GDPR PII Time-Bomb? Kill it With Fire!
2018 - Mar 30 on ICANN Cannot Expect the DPAs to Re-Design WHOIS, but Asking for a Reprieve Makes Sense
2017 - May 15 on The Criminals Behind WannaCry
2017 - May 14 on Patching is Hard
2017 - May 14 on The Criminals Behind WannaCry
2017 - Mar 25 on Loudmouths Wanted for ICANN WHOIS Replacement Work
2015 - Nov 30 on Vehicle Manufacturers Tell Govt to Stay Off Regulating "Internet of Cars"
2014 - Jun 25 on Dear Industry Canada, Is Now a Good Time to Replace CIRA?
2014 - May 01 on Net Neutrality? Give Me a Break
2014 - Apr 30 on Net Neutrality? Give Me a Break
2013 - Mar 30 on The Spamhaus Distributed Denial of Service - How Big a Deal Was It?
2011 - Dec 30 on Antispam Law Draws Backlash
2011 - Aug 23 on Spam Continues to Drop
2011 - Aug 17 on Spam Continues to Drop
2011 - Aug 17 on Spam Continues to Drop
2011 - Aug 03 on Does ICANN Need to Evolve Its Code of Conduct?
2011 - Jul 28 on Does ICANN Need to Evolve Its Code of Conduct?
2011 - Jul 27 on Is Cybersecurity a Priority? You Wouldn't Know It If You Go by Top Level Defections
2011 - Apr 21 on A Closer Look at Apple and Location-Tracking
2011 - Apr 08 on ESP Compromises and Their Lack of Security
2011 - Mar 28 on Mooning the Porn Stars
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 - Mar 01 on Blacklist Operations and Practices: Excerpts from an ASRG Draft
2011 - Feb 19 on At the ARIN Meeting
2011 - Feb 17 on Is Amazon Playing Chicken With Mailbox Providers?
2010 - Sep 26 on Precrime Regulation of Internet Innovation
2010 - Aug 06 on Cyberwar vs No Cyberwar
2010 - Apr 22 on At the ARIN Meeting
2010 - Apr 16 on ClamAV and the Case of the Missing Mail
2010 - Apr 13 on Cyber-Spin: How the Internet Gets Framed as Dangerous
2010 - Mar 25 on Domain Registrars & Registries: Don't Say You Weren't Warned
2008 - Jan 16 on North Dakota Judge Gets it Wrong
2007 - Jul 26 on Commentary on the FTC Spam Summit
2003 - Sep 15 on Fight Spam With the DNS, Not the CIA

Topic Interests

DNSCybersecurityPolicy & RegulationSpamCyberattackCybercrimeMalwareICANN IPv4 MarketsEmailPrivacyInternet GovernanceThreat IntelligenceLawAccess ProvidersDomain NamesMobile InternetRegistry ServicesDDoS AttackNew TLDsDomain ManagementTelecomDNS SecurityData CenterNetworksNet NeutralityRegional RegistriesWhoisCoronavirusIPv6 TransitionInternet ProtocolCloud ComputingWireless

Recent Blogs

JD Falk – a Decade Afterwards

Measuring Abuse: How Much COVID-Related Abuse Is There, Really?

RIP Don Blumenthal

A Trebuchet Defence in the Age of the Augmented Reality Cyberwarrior

GDPR PII Time-Bomb? Kill it With Fire!

Popular Posts

Trench Warfare in the Age of The Laser-Guided Missile

Sorry, Not Sorry: WHOIS Data Must Remain Public

Canada’s Anti-spam Bill C-28 is the Law of the Land

Kidnapping, Theft and Rape Are Not “Cyber” Crimes

ClamAV and the Case of the Missing Mail