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M3AAWG actively seeks to provide the necessary technical and strategic guidance to protect end-users’ online experience as government, Internet and public policy agencies worldwide develop new Internet policies and legislation. Working to reduce the spread of spam, bots and malware, M3AAWG has submitted comments on these proposals:

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July 14, 2016

Using Generic Top Level Domain Registration Information (WHOIS Data) in Anti-Abuse Operations

WHOIS information plays a key role in determining where to report instances of abuse involving domain names. This paper explains some of the important WHOIS elements used to fight spam, phishing, malware distribution and other threats.

May 27, 2016

M3AAWG Comments on U.S. FCC Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services

Submitted on May 27, 2016 responding to a U.S. Federal Communications Communications Notice of Proposed Rulemaking from the Wireline Competition Bureau. All comments and the FCC proposal are available at http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/proceeding/view/view?name=16-106.

Note: The FCC released its Rules to Protect Broadband Consumer Privacy on October 26, 2016, quoting several comments from M3AAWG.

September 26, 2014

Comments on Implementation of CSRIC III Cybersecurity Best Practices

M3AAWG submitted these comments with the new M3AAWG Bot Metrics Report in response to the U.S, Federal Communications Communications request for comments on the status of the implementation of CSRIC III best practices.

August 04, 2014

Additional Responses from Dr. Paul Vixie to the U.S. Senate Hearing on "Taking Down Botnets: Public and Private Efforts to Disrupt and Dismantle Cybercriminal Networks"

Dr. Vixie's August 4th written response to additional questions requested after the hearing on botnet takedowns is also available from the official U.S. Committee on the Judiciary Committee hearing website at
www.judiciary.senate.gov/download/vixie-qfrs-71514 .

July 15, 2014

Dr. Paul Vixie's Testimony at U.S. Senate Hearing on "Taking Down Botnets: Public and Private Efforts to Disrupt and Dismantle Cybercriminal Networks"

The extended written statement by Dr. Paul Vixie, author of several IETF DNS standards and Farsight Security, Inc. CEO. He also, augments his testimony starting around 1 hour and 34 minutes in the official hearing video (http://bit.ly/BotnetTakedownHearing2014) from the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary website at http://www.judiciary.senate.gov/meetings/taking-down-botnets_public-and-... . Dr. Vixie testified at the July 15, 2014 hearing at the request of M3AAWG.

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