The Swedish Patents and Market Court of Appeal decided a blocking injunction was disproportionate.
Spotify refuse to comment about whether they paid musicians whose songs were only played because user playlists had been hacked.
The solutions will provide multiple forms of analysis relating to networks, users, performance, capacity, revenues and frauds.
Operators in the Telenor and Orange groups have been warning customers about wangiri.
Lori Stroud, former colleague of Ed Snowden, began spying for the UAE shortly after reviewing IT security for Ooredoo.
The division of Sonae which owns RAFM market leaders WeDo is putting money into scholarships for researchers working on cybersecurity, AI, and transactional technologies.
We all know electronic spies have sophisticated tools, but you may be shocked by the moral vacuity of the hired help.
Californian prosecutors will send a SIM swapper to prison whilst New York launches its first SIM swap prosecution.
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