Customers were double-billed when Yourtel asked them to switch providers but failed to inform the incumbent operator.
Papa Rob Mattison makes a fool of himself by pretending to shoot a video in London, England, when he is obviously faking it.
Most UK telco customers could get a lower price, if they simply asked their existing provider for it.
Insurance brokerage Willis Towers Watson found that two-thirds of US cybersecurity insurance claims were prompted by the abuses or negligence of employees.
There was no password protection nor encryption to stop people accessing personal data stored on a server run by one of the founders of app firm AI.type.
A new report says mobile biometrics will be worth USD50bn within 5 years, but we need societies to also consider the costs.
Data breaches happen so often that they may seem unavoidable. However, executives continue to respond by making mistakes they could and should avoid.
The EU’s highest court has determined key parameters for when it is legal to offer a cloud-based video recording service.
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ICASA’s new regulations should indirectly lower the cost of data services. They are likely to be copied by regulators around Africa.