Recently published emails show Nick Clegg, a top executive at Meta, questioned why Facebook removed some posts about COVID-19.
Trusting the words you are reading means trusting the person behind them.
This statistic was repeated last week by the most widely-circulated newspaper in the USA, but it is flawed in many ways.
Reducing the effect of competition on the testing of network security is one component of a strategy to counter Chinese ambitions.
Some officials think protecting the public from harm involves the writing of badly-worded exemptions to badly-worded rules.
But some of the footage of confiscated equipment appears to have been publicized before.
The 24/7 news cycle encourages politicians and regulators to adopt quick-fix solutions that generate favorable publicity, irrespective of whether they might work.
AT&T spends a lot more on finance from handset suppliers and other vendors than Verizon. What if there was a shock to the supply chain?
A GSMA code of conduct lists requirements that would curtail the abuse of Global Titles. But will bad actors take any notice?
The financial accounts of Safaricom state that lending through their Fuliza microlending service rose 40 percent year-on-year.