We must be wary of the misinformation spread by US politicians who are financed by big businesses that actively undermine telcos worldwide.
6,000 Vodafone SIMs were activated by creating bogus fingerprints using data downloaded from India’s national biometric database.
With the right technology, it is easy to determine what is happening on a network. It is difficult to understand why governments and telcos keep doing it the hard way.
Silo thinking costs telcos money because of a failure to appreciate how QoE influences customer behavior.
Public warnings have recently been issued in a variety of different countries.
Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, AT&T, Verizon and Comcast oppose new online privacy rights for Californians.
An expert in number plan management talks about why he is partnering with the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG).
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Obtaining traffic from AT&T peering nodes is an efficient way for US electronic spies to monitor targets well beyond their borders.
Polish environmental group EcoLogic was charged for voice calls made in Sudan.