For the first time in its history, the FCC is preemptively banning new tech because its suppliers are considered a threat to national security.
Past government neglect is to blame for the slow pace of a review into the purchase of Truphone by German used car trader Hakan Koç.
Billionaire Patrick Drahi now owns 18% of BT, but it is clear that national security laws would be used to block a takeover.
Patrick Donegan of Hardenstance challenges assumptions about the ways nation states subvert networks and steal information.
Hold Security found files on the dark net with emails and social security numbers for 23mn people who were customers of AT&T.
The US government has allocated less than half of the USD5.3bn required to reimburse telcos for scrapping Huawei and ZTE gear.
Chinese researchers say Starlink satellites could be used to ram China’s spare hardware, but what they really fear is free speech.
The Canadian government originally promised to make a decision about Huawei in 2019.
A trust set up by sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich owns almost a quarter of Truphone Ltd, the UK-headquartered parent of a US telco.
Albert Kan-Dapaah, Ghana’s Minister for National Security, wants “enhanced cooperation” between state security and tax collectors.