Siphoning money from stealth taxes on voice is only an intermediary stage in the business plan for Global Voice Group (GVG).
A serial criminal is taking phones from gym lockers and using them to remove thousands of pounds from bank accounts.
Past government neglect is to blame for the slow pace of a review into the purchase of Truphone by German used car trader Hakan Koç.
The success of STIR/SHAKEN has lain just over the horizon for four years in a row.
The results on the graph would have been compared to the target if anybody had set a target.
Over 130 companies have been compromised by a series of attacks that built upon the data first obtained from telcos.
Pierce Gorman of Numeracle, and formerly of Sprint, explained how RCD will encourage people to pick up important calls again.
Sometimes the answer to a question is staring you in the face.
Billionaire Patrick Drahi now owns 18% of BT, but it is clear that national security laws would be used to block a takeover.
US police cut costs and worked around the need for court warrants by buying location data gathered by apps on 250mn phones. But there is no great outrage because we are complacent about privacy.