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Matthew Elvey

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Monster.com Response to Security Breach Unacceptable

Apple Finally Patches DNS Flaw

On Comcast and Net Neutrality: Shouting Fire in a Theater

Take Down Order by California Court Raises Issues of Censorship and Free Speech

Ameritrade Leaks User Information Yet Again, Blames Hacker X

P2P: Boon, Boondoggle, or Bandwidth Hog?

The Cold-War Fight Against Domaining Continues

New Report Warns Against "DNS Forgery Pharming" on BIND 9

Registerfly Victims Are Really Stuck Now

Opt-In Permission for Mailing Lists: Is It Enough?

Oklahoma Spammer Fighter Loses Even Worse

Vint Cerf Speaking Candidly as ICANN Chairmanship Ends

Geographic Implications of DNS Infrastructure Distribution

Web Server Botnets and Server Farms as Attack Platforms

OpenDNS: It's Not SiteFinder for Obvious Reasons

Map of the Internet: The IPv4 Space of 2006

Making DKIM More Useful with Domain Assurance Email

Another Try at Proof-of-Work e-Postage Email

Phishing Moving to the Web Channel

Your Whois Search May Be Monitored by Third Parties

Why ICANN Nominating Committee Has Difficulty Finding Directors

Black Frog: Next Generation Botnet, No Generation Spam Fighting

Should the Government Prepare a Preemptive Cyber-Attack?

The Politics of Email Authentication, 2006 Edition

The Problem With Wikis

How to Listen to the Individual Internet User

Europe is to the US Controlled GPS as Europe is to the US Controlled DNS Root?

What Legal Framework for Online Identity?

You Paid to Join; You Can Leave Anytime

DMA Requires Email Authentication, Do We Care?

Time to Play Offense

So You Think You're Safe from DNS Cache Poisoning?

SPF Loses Mindshare

Address Policies

Sitting Around the Domain Table

The Philosophical Case for Expanding the Domain Name Space

Port 25 Blocking, or Fix SMTP and Leave Port 25 Alone for the Sake of Spam?

Address Policies

The Accountable Net: Who Should Be Accountable?

Port 25 Blocking, or Fix SMTP and Leave Port 25 Alone for the Sake of Spam?

Reaction to VeriSign's New 36-Hour Deadline

ICANN and DOC Announce New Three-Year Agreement

Fight Spam With the DNS, Not the CIA

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