The winners of this year’s Glomo Global Mobile Awards will be revealed at Mobile World Congress.
Italian prosecutors are now investigating after a member of staff blew the whistle on a complicated scheme to inflate cashflows.
The Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) lets UK authorities seize the profits of fraud, but data shows it was used only twice in 3 years.
Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is caused by exposure to distressing events. Two Microsoft employees who reviewed online filth now seek compensation for the anxiety caused.
Taiwanese gangsters face extradition to mainland China, where the penalties for telecoms fraud are severe.
One of the accomplices has already received a prison sentence of over 4 years.
Edwin Fana and his accomplices stole data for 11,000 accounts, cloned mobile phones and made calls to the Caribbean.
Anyone committing telecoms fraud in China risks a very long prison sentence.
Figures from police and prosecutors help to explain why the UK has a serious problem with telco fraud.
The best risk is not the same as the least risk. Or, as Norman Marks might put it, risk should be managed within the context of our objectives.