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UK starts inquiry into police agencies’ private data use

For over half a million incidents, government agencies were sanctioned access to citizens’ phone calls and emails last year.

Telecoms

Published 09 April 2014

EU telecoms groups come together to oppose net neutrality

Proposals form part of inter continent directive, which would also slash roaming costs, while regulating mobile spectrum.

Telecoms

Published 02 April 2014

10 reasons to love Gmail

Google Mail is 10 years old, here are its best bits.

Telecoms

Published 02 April 2014

UK watchdog criticises BT’s rural broadband 'monopoly'

The government fails to deliver competition in its £1.2bn rural broadband programme.

Telecoms

Published 01 April 2014

Birmingham Children’s Hospital deploys Unify conference call system to assess sick kids

OpenScape Xpert helps paediatric staff try and speed up hotline assessments.

Telecoms

Published 01 April 2014

Obama proposes to modify controversial NSA surveillance programme

The proposed changes would require approval from the Congress in the midst of ongoing debates on competing proposals.

Telecoms

Published 28 March 2014

EU relaxes anti-dumping probe against Chinese telecom equipment

The EU will not take action against Chinese mobile telecom equipment makers such as Huawei and ZTE.

Telecoms

Published 28 March 2014

Lenovo spends $100m on Unwired Planet’s 3G and 4G patents

The acquired portfolio comprises patents for 3G and LTE (4G) mobile technologies.

Telecoms

Published 21 March 2014

EE services restored after 13-hour outage

Failures within a week of being touted as the UK’s best mobile phone network.

Telecoms

Published 21 March 2014

Tech majors 'were aware’ of NSA spying

NSA says tech firms knew about and assisted in collecting user data.

Telecoms

Published 20 March 2014

NSA records every phone call in one country

Mystic is the only known US surveillance programme to capture every call across a country's telephone network.

Telecoms

Published 19 March 2014

Vodafone to acquire Spanish cable operator Ono for $10bn

First deal since its sale of 45% stake in Verizon Wireless to Verizon.

Telecoms

Published 17 March 2014

BT email system being investigated over data security

BT claims the security issues with the new mail system had been addressed prior to its customer launch, it has not received any data breach reports.

Telecoms

Published 17 March 2014

UK operators to slash ‘call clearing’ time to prevent fraud

Criminals are exploiting the lengthy call clearing times to trap gullible victims.

Telecoms

Published 14 March 2014

NSA ordered to retain gathered metadata

Electronic Frontier Foundation sought a provisional restraining order.

Telecoms

Published 12 March 2014

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