Phillip Hallam-Baker

Phillip Hallam-Baker

Consultant, Author, Speaker
Joined on May 22, 2010 – United States
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Wow! BIND9 9.10 Is out, and What a List of Features!

What Does "Network Neutrality" Mean?

Wow! BIND9 9.10 Is out, and What a List of Features!

Inside Bitcoins

Think ICANN Will End Up Rolling in New gTLD Cash? Think Again!

The Naive Arrogance of FUSSPs

Google's Project Shield May Actually Be A Double-Edged Sword

Liberty Reserve Now, Bitcoin Next?

IPv6 Presents a Security Paradox for the Network

The Dubai Debacle: Does It Matter?

It's Not Paranoia if They Are Really After You!

Refusing REFUSED

Defense in Depth for DNSSEC Applications

How to Abolish the DNS Hierarchy... But It's a Bad Idea

Syrian Internet Shutdown

Anycast, Unicast, or Both?

Kaspersky Calls for an Internet Internpol... Cybercrime Now Second Largest Criminal Activity

Anycast, Unicast, or Both?

The gTLD Boondoggle

Taking Back the DNS

Experts Urge Congress to Reject DNS Filtering from PROTECT IP Act, Serious Technical Concerns Raised

Taking Back the DNS

Experts Urge Congress to Reject DNS Filtering from PROTECT IP Act, Serious Technical Concerns Raised

The Real Deployment Issue

Taking Back the DNS

Egypt Goes Dark, Last Working ISP Pulls the Plug

Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?

Affidavit Shows Errors in Homeland Security Domain Seizures

Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?

The Trouble With 6to4

Red Tape Set to Snuff Out Online Identity of Wales

Kidnapping, Theft and Rape Are Not "Cyber" Crimes

Gruber Gives Up On His IDN

The Militarization of the Internet

Gadi Evron: Stuxnet Trojan Too Amateur

Scrutinize ICANN's Thousand New-TLDs Limit

Michael Chertoff: Respond to Cyberattacks With Overwhelming Force, Apply Cold War Principle

Turns out ICANN's Beckstrom is an Inspirational Patron of the Tea Party

DNS Clients Do Request DNSSEC Today

Taking Back the DNS

Russian Cybercrime is Organized / Russian Cybercrime is Not Organized

Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View

Taking Back the DNS

Cyberwar vs No Cyberwar

Clouded by a Convenient Illusion

Paul Kane Selected as One of Seven Security Key Holders

Clouded by a Convenient Illusion

FCC's McDowell Warns of "Irreversible International Regulation"

DotCo Launch: Over 90 Thousand Domain Names in 15 Minutes!

The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU

DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era

Moving DNSSEC Forward: Help for Registries, Registrars, ISPs/Hosting, Enterprises, and Name Owners

The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU

DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era

The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU

DNSSEC is But One Link in the Security Chain

DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era

Current ICANN Policy Precludes the ITU Becoming an IP Address Registry

DNSSEC is But One Link in the Security Chain

DNSSEC Deployment Among ISPs: The Why, How, and What

Who Is Blocking WHOIS? Part 2

Our Response to ICANN Re: The Dot-XXX Top-Level Domain

Video: Highlights of the DNSSEC Key Signing Ceremony

DNSSEC Deployment Among ISPs: The Why, How, and What

The .XXX Fiasco is Almost Over

VeriSign Leaves the Security Certificate Business

Topic Interests

Internet GovernanceWhoisICANNDNSCensorshipTop-Level DomainsDomain NamesSecurityDNS SecurityBroadbandWirelessAccess ProvidersPolicy & RegulationNet NeutralityMobileTelecomIPv6CybercrimeRegistry ServicesCybersquattingSpamLawRegional RegistriesWebIP AddressingInternet ProtocolEmailCloud ComputingCyberattackMalwarePrivacyMultilinguismVoIP

Recent Blogs

Credit Card Breaches a Salutary Lesson for DNSSEC Adoption

Nobody Has Proposed a Sustainable Model for Internet Governance Yet

The Real Deployment Issue

Uncertain Knowledge

Net Neutrality and Google/Verizon

Popular Posts

Violet Blue on .XXX

The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU

How to Fix WHOIS - Part 2

DNSSEC Happy Talk Enters a New Era

Net Neutrality and Google/Verizon