A special team illegally gathered intelligence by using an IMSI-catcher and recording private phone conversations.
A risky civil suit by Britain’s Labour Party against allies of a former leader may sway the thinking of the country’s next Prime Minister.
There is no point in adding signatures to calls unless you also plan to use them to drive bad actors out of the telecoms ecosystem.
A man who systematically undermined phone security wants to be paid to secure vital infrastructure. What could possibly go wrong?
PayPal wrote a policy allowing them to take USD2,500 from the accounts of customers deemed guilty of ‘promoting misinformation’.
But they also want to weaken rules that currently require politicians be held to the same standard as marketeers.
Russian disinformation portrayed Richard Dearlove as a leader of a pro-Brexit group that has overthrown the UK government.
UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries laughed about Netflix’s ‘generosity’ as she spoke with a parliamentary committee.
The US will punish unethical business activities around the world when others turn a blind eye but the need for semiconductors means the failings of Samsung will be excused.
The Federal Communications Commission also reinforced bans on the sale of services by China Mobile and China Telecom.