The importance of language is underlined by yet another scam aimed at speakers of Mandarin Chinese.
Corruption, hacking, lawsuits against regulators, two-factor authentication by SMS, the UN, GVG, 5G and Elon Musk were among the topics for the first episode of our new conversation program.
The ITU illustrates how few background checks are performed before privately-owned businesses are trusted to roll out powerful new forms of network surveillance.
The comms platform cited repression in Iran as an example of why they are helping users to remain connected.
The story of an American becoming the first woman to lead the ITU in its 157-year history contrasts with another story about diversity only being welcome when it suits the goals of powerful nations.
Prof. Feng Hao of Warwick University has a bottom-up method for checking CLIs that could be much cheaper than the US approach.
Europe continues to provide international leadership that respects the privacy of phone users.
Francis Afful of MTN Ghana and Guy Howie of Biaas were the guests for a show that was entertaining, varied and informative.
A round-up of recent developments in the international debate concerning the security of Huawei’s 5G tech.