Global Voice Group says its telco tax audits generate lots of money for African governments. The Republic of Guinea says otherwise.
A risky civil suit by Britain’s Labour Party against allies of a former leader may sway the thinking of the country’s next Prime Minister.
Why propose a ‘record’ USD300mn penalty when nobody collected a USD2.7mn penalty already handed out for the same crime?
A new law will result in tougher security requirements for manufacturers of IoT devices. It is associated with a European standard that will likely become the global baseline.
Indiana’s top prosecutor is showing the public how telcos facilitate bad traffic by allowing crooks to hide behind a series of fronts.
It is no surprise that GVG can afford better lawyers than the imbecilic governments and regulators that sign contracts with them.
US police cut costs and worked around the need for court warrants by buying location data gathered by apps on 250mn phones. But there is no great outrage because we are complacent about privacy.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has spent over 6 years fighting legal battles to deny the privacy rights of a hospice worker.
High-profile prosecutions in the Balkans may be at risk because evidence obtained from the Sky ECC app may be inadmissible.
A country cannot make rules for others if it cannot agree consistent rules within its own borders.