The story of an American becoming the first woman to lead the ITU in its 157-year history contrasts with another story about diversity only being welcome when it suits the goals of powerful nations.
PayPal wrote a policy allowing them to take USD2,500 from the accounts of customers deemed guilty of ‘promoting misinformation’.
Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, CEO of Australian telco Optus, appears to be on the brink following a deluge of criticism.
You can fire Americans, hire replacements somewhere cheaper, and disguise where they are, but eventually somebody pays a price.
Regulators want businesses to be able to share data so they can prevent fraud when personal data has been compromised.
Government Minister Samuel Rapapa says Global Voice Group (GVG) was awarded its contract illegally.
Jeffrey Ross, host of the 1Route Roundup, is playing a vital role in bringing our global professional community together by ensuring we enjoy the process of learning from each other.
Six officials said Apple warned them about state-sponsored hackers. Targets included Chief Economic Minister Airlangga Hartarto.
The news follows a massive breach at Australian rivals Optus, but the two incidents have little in common.
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