YouTube’s #SaveYourInternet campaign is more about creating an ideal competitive environment for YouTube than protecting Europeans from robotic censorship.
Tracking the movement of people improves decision-making after natural disasters or outbreaks of disease. It can also improve commercial decisions too.
US officials spoke about the danger of using Chinese-sourced 5G equipment to peers and execs in Germany, Italy and Japan.
A fraudster steals from a victim’s bank account after hijacking the victim’s phone line. Which business is most responsible for the victim’s loss? The BBC cannot make up its mind.
The market leader for RAFM uses the f-word a lot, and rarely mentions RA.
Netflix has had a profound effect on network usage, whilst video game downloads consume a growing share of bandwidth. Piracy remains significant, and is now fueled by sporting events.
It makes a refreshing change to see genuine insights about SIM swap fraud from knowledgeable law enforcement officials and a responsible journalist.
Though the beoutQ pirates began by restreaming content from Qatari TV, the European Commission may also complain about Saudi indifference to copyright abuse.
President Museveni said the 1 percent tax on mobile money withdrawals was a known ‘error’, but approved that law anyway. Now his government has cut the tax to 0.5 percent.
We must remember mistakes to learn from them, but charging errors by Virgin Media and EE show our industry is forgetful.