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M3AAWG Updates

  • 2010 MAAWG Consumer Survey Key Findings Report indicates consumer don't relate risky email behavior to bots.  The survey was expanded this year to cover North America and Western Europe, and the full report includes country specific data and more charts.
  • Only M3AAWG members can contribute to committee work or attend M3AAWG meetings.  (See “Membership Information” to learn how your company can join.)

Participation Opportunities
With a variety of projects in process, M3AAWG currently is exploring abuse on mobile platforms, bot mitigation practices, authentication and reputation, IPv6 bot and migration issues, volume senders’ concerns and other pertinent topics.  A complete list of active M3AAWG projects is available to members by logging into the Members-Only site.

Upcoming M3AAWG General Meeting Highlights
The M3AAWG 31st General Meeting, June 9-12, 2014 in Brussels will offer multi-track sessions on a variety of anti-abuse messaging topics, from wireless spam to public policy.  It will also include M3AAWG membership work on technical issues, public policy and government Initiatives, and committee work.  

The agenda and registration will be available shortly to members-only (requires login).  M3AAWG meetings, are multiple-track events with leading industry experts, researchers and public policy officials that are held three times a year and are generally attended by 300 to 400 members.