A new pseudo-network offers privacy-conscious mobile phone users the ability to change their IMSI at the press of a button.
Facebook has failings but this is not because it is new and unfamiliar technology. Its problems stem from a much older source of lies and mistakes: the vices of human beings.
A recent war of words in the Brazilian press highlights the global scale of the US government’s fight against Huawei.
Some suspect insiders were paid to give access to the accounts of VIPs including Barack Obama, Elon Musk and Kanye West.
Andrew Lipman, Senior Partner at legal firm Morgan Lewis, talks about the u-turn in US telco regulation and legal risk in general.
Regulators should procure the systems needed to test telcos instead of telling telcos to test themselves.
An irrational hatred of ISPs is being mixed with more general fears about the loss of privacy to create a toxic brew exploited by VPN scammers.
The US government has decided it will not force tech companies to weaken encryption or create ‘back doors’ for surveillance.
Let me begin by apologizing to everyone who does not live in the USA. Sometimes, when discussing the internet, you have to discuss what is…
Vodafone’s privacy boss has taken the unusual step of garnering public support – via mainstream news media – as part of his company’s strategy to…