The actions and inaction of two more senior Swedish telecoms execs are analyzed in the second part of this series on corruption.
Hackers gained access to commercial information stored on a server belonging to TT Network, the joint mast operation of Telia Denmark and Telenor Denmark.
Shareholder representatives are standing by Juris Gulbis, CEO of Tet, after he was charged with overpaying EUR7.6mn for TV equipment.
The Finnish Market Court ruled that the ISP need not make payments to a collection society because their IPTV streams are original broadcasts, not retransmissions of over-the-air TV.
The Swedish telecoms group has developed an anti-wangiri solution that draws on data from across their European opcos.
The Swedish Patents and Market Court of Appeal decided a blocking injunction was disproportionate.
Telia will appeal an interim decision to block The Pirate Bay and other websites, saying “this is a matter of truly principal importance for us and for the Internet”.
Is this a model for how to integrate risk management or just a way to lower costs?
Telcos may never eliminate bribery and corruption, but they will not pay such huge fines if they take simple steps to discourage unethical behavior.