Rules that stop UK comms providers intimidating vulnerable people are set aside when the BBC collects money.
No, Ofcom has not ordered widespread blocking of international calls. But risk managers should understand why the BBC said they had.
A BBC journalist spouted a string of half-truths about CLI spoofing and crime whilst belittling a representative of the UK regulator.
A fraudster steals from a victim’s bank account after hijacking the victim’s phone line. Which business is most responsible for the victim’s loss? The BBC cannot make up its mind.
Though the beoutQ pirates began by restreaming content from Qatari TV, the European Commission may also complain about Saudi indifference to copyright abuse.
The stores of some UK mobile networks will issue replacement SIMs without demanding photo ID. Just as importantly, some BBC journalism is fundamentally dishonest.
Sometimes the biggest news is about what made the news. Last week, two reports from Juniper Research and KPMG generated the following headline on BBC…
My good friend Marais did something remarkable the other day. He sent me a thank you letter. It was written by hand, and was on…