Category: Law


EU gets tougher on big tech

The EU parliament late last week agreed a set of draft measures that push back on big tech’s data gathering, targeted advertising, and look to insert more transparency on how content is removed.

Apple joins the NSO pile-on

US gadget giant Apple is suing Israeli smartphone spyware maker NSO Group on behalf of iPhone users it alleges had their phones hacked.

Chinese optical-fibre cables face punitive EU tariff

Optical-fibre imported from China could face up to a 44% tariff after an EU investigation has supported allegations of state-backed distortion and dumping behaviours, and Deutsche Telekom isn’t happy.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: OpenRAN, broadband and Google

Both the lads are a bit worse for wear after a proper session with BT the previous day. They start by reviewing the professional pretext for the sesh, which was to talk OpenRAN, as was Iain’s trip to Paris the day before that. UK fibre once more made the news this week, but the middle segment was rebranded ‘broadband’ to avoid repetition, and they conclude with a look at how Google’s legal team fared recently.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Vodafone, public cloud and China

The lads are back in the studio for this guest-less pod. Ian and Scott start by reflecting on a Vodafone dinner they both attended last week where the wine flowed, so their recollections are a bit murky. They move on to the enduring topic of the public cloud, featuring some news from a recent podcast guest, and conclude with the latest drama concerning China’s role in the telecoms world.

Apple wins a Pyrrhic victory over Epic

In the long-running case over Apple’s right to prevent iOS apps circumventing its payment system a judge has ruled the company is not a monopoly in this context, just.

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