American neo-Nazi Scott Rhodes spoofed the CLIs of 4,959 calls that promoted his website and beliefs.
Residents of Portland can demand $1,000 in damages for each day their new rights are violated. The impact will extend beyond Portland.
Xinjiang Jin was hired to assist Chinese law enforcement but faked evidence of users supporting terrorism and child pornography.
Apple’s identifier for advertisers (IDFA) may have violated the EU rules that also require user consent for non-essential cookies.
EUR1.9mn was made by pirates using a Swiss company to sell devices that connected to video servers in several European countries.
The video conferencing service often boasted about end-to-end 256-bit encryption which was neither end-to-end nor 256-bit.
If the US expects to take the moral high ground on matters of telecoms security, then it would help if they had a leader with some integrity.
Telcos that can legally purchase equipment from Huawei will still need to consider the strategic risks of using a supplier banned on security and privacy grounds by a growing number of countries.
Assistant Attorney General Beth Williams segued from one story about a locked phone to an ‘exponential’ rise in pedophilia.
Mobile phone subscribers are purposefully told that the North Korean government has the ability to listen to their calls.