Verizon Launches 'Private' Search Engine After Years of Violating Its Customers' Privacy
Verizon spied on consumers for decades—then lobbied fiercely to prevent the government from doing anything about it. Now it wants you to trust it with your web searches.
Hackers Are Breaking Directly Into Telecom Companies to Take Over Customer Phone Numbers
SIM swappers have escalated from bribing employees to using remote desktop software to get direct access to internal T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint tools.
SMS Replacement is Exposing Users to Text, Call Interception Thanks to Sloppy Telecos
Researchers from SRLabs found that telecos are implementing the RCS standard in vulnerable ways, which bring back techniques to attack phone networks.
Congress Fears FCC Will Not Investigate Sale of Phone Location Data Before Time Runs Out
On Friday, members of a committee urged Ajit Pai’s FCC to provide details on its investigation into how phone carriers sold location data to bounty hunters.