Xinjiang Jin was hired to assist Chinese law enforcement but faked evidence of users supporting terrorism and child pornography.
Billionaire Ren Zhengfei warned that sanctions will cause ‘millions’ of job losses without saying where all these people currently work.
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.
Users are tricked into buying points for a game where fraudsters control the account and demand refunds from the game’s providers.
Anyone wearing a networked genital lock should think about technology security as well as physical security.
Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen said the Chinese state had made the country ‘safe for their own cyber criminals’.
A recent war of words in the Brazilian press highlights the global scale of the US government’s fight against Huawei.
US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo is driving a wedge through the telecoms and tech industries, forcing everyone to pick sides.
The FCC has barred the purchase of Huawei and ZTE equipment with subsidies from their universal service fund.
Why are so few telco fraudsters punished? Is it sufficient to block the top ten IRSF destinations? Does RA suffer a lack of innovation? These and other questions were covered in this week’s episode.