Like other countries, the UK is taking an Australian-style approach to nuisance calls in preference to the faltering strategy of the USA.
Landlines may be turning more digital but the process of cleaning up after an engineer remains stubbornly analog.
George Monbiot, a writer and political activist with a cult-like following, has accepted an invitation to tell the CEO of Vodafone UK how his telco should handle bereavement.
Rules that stop UK comms providers intimidating vulnerable people are set aside when the BBC collects money.
37 pages of Ofcom waffle could have been reduced to a few sentences saying they hope somebody else will tell them what to do.
Ofcom said Telefónica’s UK operating company had a ‘history’ of withholding information.
No, Ofcom has not ordered widespread blocking of international calls. But risk managers should understand why the BBC said they had.
Ofcom wants to ensure fair treatment of comms customers in debt although disconnections have not increased during the pandemic.
A BBC journalist spouted a string of half-truths about CLI spoofing and crime whilst belittling a representative of the UK regulator.
O2 was fined USD14.5mn for billing errors from 2011 to 2019, but those errors were evident as early as December 2003.