A new law from Deputy Prime Minister Petra De Sutter is focused on improving communications services for consumers.
Stéphane Richard was given a one-year suspended sentence relating to the misuse of public funds in 2008 whilst he was an aide to French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde.
Colt entered a legal battle after refusing to pay USD5mn of invoices to an Italian VoIP carrier that appeared to be engaging in VAT fraud.
23 year old Sydney web developer Evan McMahon was shown leniency because of his age and autism.
Do not blame Sonia Sotomayor and the Supreme Court of the United States for correctly reading an ineptly written law.
The UK could have just passed a law to ban GSM gateways, like other countries do. Layers of bureaucracy made a mess instead.
AT&T first withheld payment from LEC-MI in 2013, but mediation dragged on as they argued about LEC-MI’s liability for its agents.
Gregory Lewis was convicted of kidnapping and murdering an employee of a Verizon store he wanted to rob. His lawyers argued otherwise, but CDRs showed Lewis was at the location of each crime.
Why are so few telco fraudsters punished? Is it sufficient to block the top ten IRSF destinations? Does RA suffer a lack of innovation? These and other questions were covered in this week’s episode.
All of the stolen money will now be refunded to the customer, more than three years after it was taken.