US telco UPM used various tactics to resist Digicel’s legal action, which relies on a US law created to fight organized crime.
US calls with B or C grade authentication are three times more likely to be nuisance robocalls than calls with no authentication.
The local authority that said Kampala’s mobile money kiosks were illegal had previously issued licenses for the kiosks and charged fees for those licenses.
Much can be learned from the story of O2 overcharging customers and misleading their regulator, but the most important is that many people want someone else to be responsible for billing assurance.
Court orders to permit surveillance were reportedly only requested if incriminating evidence had already been found using Pegasus.
The politics surrounding the US protocol for authenticating the origin of calls is such a mess that it has become highly entertaining.
Phone services have been restored but it will take weeks for a ship to repair breaks in the only cable connecting Tonga to the internet.
The boss of one major international airline said the US approach to 5G and aviation safety was ‘delinquent’ when compared to Europe.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Godfrey Itaye, who is said to have made nepotistic appointments whilst Director General of the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority.
18 million fraudulent SMS messages were blocked during the first full month the firewall was operational.