AOL. Yes, it is still alive and sustained, on the one hand, by two million Americans who can't or won't get broadband, paying $10 a month to dial-up instead, as well as an advertising network encompassing...
China to make it compulsory to provide a facial scan when getting new phone numbers or internet access
The new rule will apply from December and will no doubt be used to support the country's draconian 'social credit' system
Last year, Czech cyber watchdog had warned network operators against using products supplied by Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE
OpenRAN to be trialled by Vodafone in 120 rural areas across the UK
US and UK sign deal to speed up electronic evidence collection from tech firms in serious criminal cases
The current process for receiving evidence can take years
End-to-end encryption will 'hinder or prevent' serious criminal investigations, authorities claims