A new law from Deputy Prime Minister Petra De Sutter is focused on improving communications services for consumers.
A graduate of one of the USA’s most prestigious law schools learned that not every country has weak rules about robocall spam.
Telcos should not rely on unfounded assumptions when making decisions that might harm ordinary people.
Paul Fletcher MP, the Australian Minister for Communications, says the rising number of blocked calls is proof that the country’s anti-scam strategy is working.
Telstra CEO Andy Penn is partnering with government to filter bogus text messages in a trial that will likely be extended much more widely in future.
An FCC decision permits AT&T to use analytics to identify and block likely fraudsters without the permission of the receiving party. However, not all nuisance calls will be blocked for free.
Would you be willing to sift through the most abusive and wretched social media posts? A recent exposé tells the stories of outsourced contractors who filter content for Facebook.
YouTube’s #SaveYourInternet campaign is more about creating an ideal competitive environment for YouTube than protecting Europeans from robotic censorship.
The court said telcos and browser providers should cover the cost of protecting copyright because they can afford to.
Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is caused by exposure to distressing events. Two Microsoft employees who reviewed online filth now seek compensation for the anxiety caused.