A wide variety of stories grabbed the attention of Commsrisk readers during April. Here are the ten most popular articles for the past month.
Vodafone Fiji may not be the biggest telco in the world, but we should welcome the progress being made by RA professionals everywhere.
An irrational hatred of ISPs is being mixed with more general fears about the loss of privacy to create a toxic brew exploited by VPN scammers.
The good news for Cartesian and its investors is that telcos need help with supplying OTT TV.
There are many apps on Google Play that claim to let Android users send messages which seem to come from somebody else.
The suspect is alleged to have transferred money from MTN’s bank to her personal account over a two-year period.
Serious but underfunded professionals know that downloading a draft standard for review also means getting a valuable useful document for free.
Somebody compiled an RA survey with one unusually good question, one reasonable question and eight poor questions, then wrote a lot of words that do not tell you anything.
Ramon Batista admitted that his telco had cloned mobile phones and used the compromised accounts to make international calls, resulting in losses of almost USD800,000 for Sprint and Verizon.