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The GSMA’s Alex Sinclair also wants the analytics and assurance firm to manage the exchange of data between GSMA members.
The number of US robocalls was used to justify enormous expenditure on STIR/SHAKEN but there is less enthusiasm for using the same number to measure its performance in practice.
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A medical emergency teaches a lesson about priorities and why facts matter more than what we want to believe.
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