Tag: GSMA

BT confirms it is providing data to the government on citizen movements

An increasing number of countries are looking at how they can use mobile phone data and apps to track movements and ensure compliance

Orange launches mobile money scheme in Morocco

Will enable Moroccans to make m-payments and transfer money via their phones

Why the BBC’s portrayal of a white, male American internet is inaccurate and offensive

The BBC has a responsibility to portray issues accurately, but its docuflix on “Dirty Streaming” was irresponsible, inaccurate and biased

Clearview AI breach – a flaw not a hack. Isn’t that an oxymoron?

The breach raises even more concerns about misuse of facial recognition tech

One charger to rule them all?

EC signals action on chargers as electronic waste continues to rise

Cyber Security 2020

Why this year’s industry predictions will be repetitive, uninspiring and just plain noise

Green initiatives are a huge emerging market for B2B telecoms

As the GSMA reveals its new green initiatives, BT reminds us that this is no longer just about greenwashing but about cold hard cash

UK reviews use of Chinese equipment in its networks

Huawei’s role in European networks continues to be questioned, as EU and GSMA also weigh in.

Getting rich quick from the trillion dollar baby

By 2025 the IoT market will be worth $1.1 trillion – how much of that can B2B telcos expect to get?