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Re: Anti-spam WG agenda RIPE 41

  • From: Roland Perry < >
  • Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 22:03:22 +0000

In article <4.2.0.58.20020109143313.00a61f00@localhost>, Rodney Tillotson <Rodney.Tillotson@localhost writes
Please suggest more or better things we should discuss.
I'd like a slot to introduce the work I'm chairing for the Home Office Task Force regarding Child Protection issues and Spam.

Anti-spam WG draft agenda for RIPE 41, Amsterdam January 2002.

A    Administrative Matters
    A1   Scribe
    A2   List of participants
    A3   Agenda
    A4   Minutes

B    Update
    B1   Recent list discussion
    B2   Developments in UBE
              Open proxies
              DNS hopping
              Mainstream advertisers
              Patterns of forged originators
    B3   Developments in anti-spam
              Port filtering deployment
              DNSBLs
    B4   Regulation and legislation
    B4   Products
              Open relays

C    Technical measures
    C1   Filtering
    C2   Hashcash

D    Interactions
    D1   Marketers
    D2   Other ISPs
    D3   Bulk mailers

E    Advice
    E1   opt-IN lists (work item)
    E2   Reporting UBE

X    AOB
    X1   Privacy of the WG list

Y    Future tasks

Z    Agenda for RIPE 42
    Z1   Tutorials?
              How UBE works
              How UBE affects ISPs
              Reading UBE headers

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