The arrest of an English teenager who offered $20,000 bribes to big telco insiders shows security paradigms do not fit the facts.
Key people at AT&T, Lumen and Verizon warned against proposals that would cost ‘tens of millions of dollars’ but yield little benefit.
The Federal Communications Commission also reinforced bans on the sale of services by China Mobile and China Telecom.
We will taste the best food as well as the best music that New Orleans can offer at the RAG New Orleans conference on April 5 and 6.
France and the European Union could readily extend sanctions to Russian satellite TV channels but may fear reprisals.
The percentage of the Cambodian population using mobile payments is almost double that of the USA.
The US government and its comms regulator pursues their international objectives in such a piecemeal fashion that they lack coherence when viewed together.
The actions and inaction of two more senior Swedish telecoms execs are analyzed in the second part of this series on corruption.
Russian soldiers are stealing civilian mobile phones whilst one simboxer was caught with Chinese simboxes that ran thousands of Russian military calls through Ukrainian telcos.
A 1980’s phreaker said she stole the phone numbers of LA celebrities by checking unlocked cabinets in the office of Pacific Bell.