Haseeb Awan charges cryptocurrency millionaires USD99 per month for a mobile plan that requires a notarized letter to make changes.
18 year old Canadian Samy Bensaci is alleged to be part of a gang that focused on stealing from cryptocurrency investors.
The onus is always on telcos to check bills and payment, because customers cannot be relied upon to spot mistakes.
To prevent spoofing of caller IDs, the US needs competent organizations to issue digital certificates to telcos.
Creators of digital archives are likely to suffer heavier penalties if they use content in a way that the owners find upsetting.
Canada’s CCTS has seen an 87 percent increase in complaints that monthly bills are inaccurate. Almost half came from customers of Bell Canada.
The term ‘piracy’ fogs the issues for comms providers and content owners. Stealing a signal is not like sailing a ship; it is made possible by tech changes that some are trying to ignore.
Pirate TV may cause serious losses, but imprisoning a man after raiding his house will only turn the public against telcos.
A two-minute segment for Canadian TV news touches on so many issues and distortions that it provides a masterclass for how telcos misunderstand customers, and vice versa.
Canada’s Supreme Court disagreed with Google about whether one country could impose a decision to remove search results even if that might break laws elsewhere.