Data shows that fraudsters have perverted STIR/SHAKEN to obtain positive attestations for robocalls made to US consumers.
Google wants to intervene in legal action that concerns blocking the distribution of Popcorn Time software.
FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel wants to know who has visibility of usage data before deciding if a foreign-owned business can provide comms services to Americans.
Muhammad Fahd bribed AT&T insiders like Marc Sapatin to unlock handsets and infect the operator’s systems with malware.
New York prosecutors claim Eugeni ‘Zhenya’ Tsvetnenko took the largest share of profits from a premium SMS auto-enrolling scam.
Larry Harmon’s ‘Helix’ mixer obscured the origins of cryptocurrency earned by drug dealers and other illegal enterprises.
Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl used robocalls to suppress the vote in the US 2020 elections by lying about the use of voter data.
The mobile operator said hackers had compromised data for 7.8mn postpaid customers, 850,000 prepaid customers, and 40mn records for former or prospective customers.
A US business filed court documents claiming they created a data exchange system for the Lahore police only for Huawei to demand remote access from China.
The number of US robocalls was used to justify enormous expenditure on STIR/SHAKEN but there is less enthusiasm for using the same number to measure its performance in practice.