Nobody is going to gift us a decent professional education. We must collectively give it to ourselves, and do so whilst we have sufficient strength in numbers.
Targeting peer-to-peer piracy by telling kids about copyright demonstrates just how clueless institutions can be.
Federal judges decided the Australian Privacy Act does not force telcos to give detailed service data to customers.
Peering into the crystal ball, here are six forecasts, ranging from a rise in fraud and regulation to a fall in the cost of calls.
Italian prosecutors are now investigating after a member of staff blew the whistle on a complicated scheme to inflate cashflows.
The ePrivacy Regulation is meant to update privacy rules for electronic comms, addressing issues raised by OTT services and the IoT.
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.
The voice interface of the Amazon Echo leads to recordings being transmitted and stored on Amazon’s servers. The police, and others, may want that data.
EE overcharged 40,000 customers, and were slow to reimburse them. The issues identified show how flawed the UK’s billing accuracy regime is.
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