data privacy

Europe set to finally make its OTT regulation move

The European Commission (hereafter referred to as the ‘Gaggle of Red-tapers’) is reported to be in the process of introducing new regulations for OTTs which will level the playing field for telcos in Europe.

Uber accused of hording a gaggle of stalkers

An ex-Uber employee has unleashed numerous claims the internet innovator is harbouring a horde of stalkers and security protocols which makes Yahoo look like Fort Knox.

UK slams Facebook and WhatsApp data relationship

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has cast a shadow over data sharing between Facebook and WhatsApp in a move which could have complicated implications in the long-run.

UK, US agents hacked Gemalto to spy billions of mobiles – report

Intelligence agents from the UK and US hacked international SIM card giant Gemalto’s computers and stole encryption keys that protect the privacy of billions of mobile phones across the world, a report in the Intercept has claimed. The publication said it received top secret documents containing the information from the US National Security Agency (NSA) whistle-blower Edward Snowden.

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