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AT&T claims its customers love 5GE

In response to rival US operator Sprint suing it for deception over its 5G Evolution move, AT&T has insisted it’s just thinking of the punters.

US charges Huawei with a litany of crimes

The US Department of Justice has hit Chinese telecoms vendor Huawei with a 23-count indictment, covering allegations ranging from bank fraud to theft of trade secrets.

Even UK parliament questions draft spy law

The UK government must ‘urgently review’ the expensive obligations it is about to pass onto the cloud industry, according to a new report on the effects of the Investigatory Powers Bill, reports BCN.

Europe curtails frivolous patent wrangling

The European Union’s Court of Justice has set limits and procedures on how competitors in any given market are able to challenge each other on patent infringement grounds.

US moves to limit jurisdiction over data stored abroad

US lawmakers this week introduced two bipartisan bills that seek to limit the reach of US courts over data stored in cloud services located outside the US, a move welcomed by a broad coalition of technology and telecoms firms, reports Business Cloud News. The Law Enforcement Access to Data Stored Abroad Act, or LEADS, is intended to safeguard data stored abroad from improper government access.

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