AdaptiveMobile Security found a security weakness in a legacy app found on many SIM cards. The vulnerability is independent of the user’s handset and 1bn users are potentially at risk.
Rightsholders will lose the ability to manually claim payment for unintended use of their music, but they can still block the videos.
A Vice report into US ‘phone farmers’ tried to glamorize the making of money through automated clicking on mobile adverts, but mostly made the fraudsters sound like losers.
New research shows that changing the behavior of a pirate depends on removing all piracy options at the same time.
Guinea continues to fight GVG, who claimed over USD106mn for unpaid debts and wrongful termination of their contract.
This RAG survey allows you to benchmark coverage of revenue and cost leaks in a fraction of the time needed by rival surveys.
The Australian public enquiry is the first of its kind, so will likely influence decisions made by other authorities around the world.
Chairman Joe Simons of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) defended a settlement that some commentators called ‘meager’.
Customers complained via social media about receiving 50 or 60 calls from slightly different originating numbers within African ranges.
August was the third most popular month in the history of Commsrisk. The top story was unchanged since July, probably because the mainstream trade press were so slow to cover it.