Do not blame Sonia Sotomayor and the Supreme Court of the United States for correctly reading an ineptly written law.
Prof. Eric Burger, former White House and FCC advisor, told RAG TV about the US strategy for tackling telecoms fraud.
A simple loophole allows SMS messages to be rerouted to another destination without the knowledge of the intended recipient.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) also wants to revoke access for three carriers ‘controlled by communist China’.
Leaders like Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam are working to align a state-backed digital legal tender with the sanctions-busting capabilities of a distributed ledger for international transfers.
Email addresses for every registration to the SIP Forum’s SIPNOC 2020 webinars were added to a list that could be seen by anyone.
American neo-Nazi Scott Rhodes spoofed the CLIs of 4,959 calls that promoted his website and beliefs.
Recent webinars from the SIP Forum revealed dangerously vague thinking about the consequences of adopting STIR/SHAKEN and using algorithms to block calls.
The FCC issued the penalty to an Arizona business that made 2.3mn spoofed robocalls, but Commissioner Geoffrey Starks noted the poor record for collecting similar fines.
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.