There are so many Commsrisk articles about nuisance calling and Cold War 2 that each topic deserves a separate category.
The US government has allocated less than half of the USD5.3bn required to reimburse telcos for scrapping Huawei and ZTE gear.
The government of China has every reason to disrupt US ambitions by copying and improving upon US plans for verifying CLIs globally.
Chinese researchers say Starlink satellites could be used to ram China’s spare hardware, but what they really fear is free speech.
The Canadian government originally promised to make a decision about Huawei in 2019.
A trust set up by sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich owns almost a quarter of Truphone Ltd, the UK-headquartered parent of a US telco.
A Slovakian marketing agency is persuading Tinder users to tell the truth about war in Ukraine alongside messages of love to Russians.
The Federal Communications Commission also reinforced bans on the sale of services by China Mobile and China Telecom.
France and the European Union could readily extend sanctions to Russian satellite TV channels but may fear reprisals.
The US government and its comms regulator pursues their international objectives in such a piecemeal fashion that they lack coherence when viewed together.