Tim Berners-Lee intends to guide ‘the next stage of the web’ but his plan to encourage users to create networked personal data pods suffers from an excess of ambition.
Professionals who switched industries will lead the first utilities-oriented meeting of the Risk & Assurance Group.
Residents of Guam have been warned about an apparent flood of wangiri calls.
The new online content covers roaming and fraud management, and can be freely accessed by anyone. Both courses were developed and donated by MTN Group.
Twitter’s global terms and conditions conflict with French law by claiming broad rights to copy and share user content.
The new index will measure the regulatory environment in each country by assessing it against six categories including consumer protection and know your customer requirements.
Canadian business Phantom Secure was designed to service organized crime. It modified Blackberries to only send encrypted emails via servers in places like Hong Kong and Panama.
The continued use of the internet and satellites to distribute a pirate re-stream of beIN Sports has prompted Qatar’s government to step up its fight with Saudi Arabia.
The risk of supply chain infiltration is real. But is there physical evidence to support Bloomberg’s story about Chinese spy tech?
Google wrongfully tracked the browsing of iPhone Safari users. However, campaign group Google You Owe Us did not show users had suffered ‘damage’ in the sense required by UK law.