Republican Marco Rubio and Democrat Ed Markey want to stop the purchase of tech supplied by firms deemed a national security risk.
The New York Attorney General is also looking into reports of vote-suppressing robocall campaigns that began well ahead of Election Day, but which were allowed to continue unhindered.
If the US expects to take the moral high ground on matters of telecoms security, then it would help if they had a leader with some integrity.
Some of the politicians hoping to become UK Prime Minister have expressed sympathy for US President Donald Trump’s opposition to Huawei.
We must be wary of the misinformation spread by US politicians who are financed by big businesses that actively undermine telcos worldwide.
Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, AT&T, Verizon and Comcast oppose new online privacy rights for Californians.
Telco bosses were quick to distance themselves from ‘shady’ data brokers but many details about lax sharing of location data remain unresolved.
A Nobel prizewinner castigates the prices levied by US telcos, but his diagnosis of the causes is contrary to basic facts about the market.