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The Telecoms.com Podcast – Noting a Meltdown

Samsung is still hilarious, and refuses to stop being hilarious. Meanwhile Yahoo relentlessly shoots itself in the foot and Ericsson starts trimming the fat and warns it’s not bringing home that much bacon. Elsewhere the podders ponder who gets to call victim with online harassment – AKA doxing – while the UK and US have basically said AI’s nothing without government meddling. Virgin and BT break up, and BT rebounded by snapchatting some grannies.
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