Some warn a ‘quantum apocalypse’ will occur when scientific breakthroughs permit the creation of computers that can rapidly crack encryption codes vital for modern comms and payments.
Spies and scammers connect to phones and push them on to 2G connections to work around the security built into newer networks.
Stories about teenagers stealing Bitcoin are so common that CBC journalists let themselves be fooled by a bogus press release.
A court case examined if ‘geofence’ warrants may be used to obtain data about trespassers in the US Capitol building.
Little is known about the breach at Google Fi, but the timing suggests it is linked to a breach at T-Mobile, one of their network providers.
Twitter accounts were created solely to generate revenue for telcos from two-factor authentication SMS messages.
You can fire Americans, hire replacements somewhere cheaper, and disguise where they are, but eventually somebody pays a price.
Indians reported a deluge of unsolicited adverts via Google Messaging after mobile operators gave free access to unsuitable businesses.
European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager echoed telco lobbyists who say over half of all internet traffic leads to just six US firms.
Google wants to intervene in legal action that concerns blocking the distribution of Popcorn Time software.