Thursday, December 2, 2021

Ray Everett-Church

Security Watch: Obama on Privacy

Amid new disclosures of rampant eavesdropping on Americans, including revelations of a Nixon-like list of reporters and anti-war activists targeted for special monitoring, many experts are expecting...

McColo and the Difficulty of Fighting Spam

It may be a truism that “little things mean a lot,” but in the world of spam, flipping a single switch can have huge consequences that span...

Spam, Free Speech and the Founding Fathers

In its decision last month to strike down their state’s anti-spam statute, the Virginia Supreme Court also threw out the criminal conviction of Jeremy Jaynes, one of...

The Hassle of iPhone Passwords

The first step to recovery, they say, is to admit that you have a problem. So the ability to admit that everyone in my household has an...

How To Get Your Email Past Clients’ Spam Filter

With growth rates of spam, phishing, and email-borne malware showing no signs of abating, more and more ISPs and enterprises are implementing stronger protective measures. Many of these...

Web Ad Firm Learns People Don’t Like Spying

The last couple of weeks have been pretty bad for the folks over at the behavioral targeting and advertising company NebuAd. During some highly contentious hearings on Capitol...

Emailers Still Struggling with Authentication

This month's Authentication and Online Trust Alliance (AOTA) Summit in Seattle showed how far the industry has come in understanding the value of authentication and trust-enhancing technologies....

The FTC’s New Spam Rules: Sender Beware

After four years of drafts and discussions, the Federal Trade Commission has approved the Final Rule – the enforceable implementing regulations – that say how...

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