Author: Greenworld

"Facing criticism from several quarters over its iCloud Photos and messages child safety initiatives, Apple has stressed that it will not allow any government to conduct surveillance via the tool... Read More

"A decade after Mexico became a testbed for the global spy tool now known as Pegasus, prosecutors still cannot say who ordered the mass surveillance of innocent civilians and government... Read More

"In an open letter issued on August 3, Essel Group Chairman Subhash Chandra said he has settled 91 percent of the debt to 43 lenders, and the remaining dues are... Read More

Today, the India chapter of the United Nations based forum namely Internet Governance Forum was announced. It’s an Internet Governance policy discussion platform to bring representatives together from various groups,... Read More

"When European Union leaders took aim at the global pandemic last year, they knew they would need a bigger budget. To help pay for it, they will look toward bigger... Read More

"The Delhi High Court Monday stayed a single-judge order which upheld Central Information Commission’s (CIC) direction to telecom regulator Trai to collect and furnish information about alleged tapping of a... Read More

"BSNL has written to the division of telecommunications looking for to know whether or not to just accept the deviations or not. A Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)-led consortium chosen by BSNL... Read More

As India stands at the helm of adapting the fifth-generation network technology or 5G, a debate rages on in circles about the standards which should be adapted for the deployment... Read More

India is in talks with Vodafone Group Plc and Cairn Energy Plc to settle long-running tax disputes with them, a top government official said after the nation last week moved... Read More

"The central government will find a solution to the issue of telecom dues, Revenue Secretary Tarun Bajaj said on August 9. Bajaj’s remarks, while speaking to CNBC TV-18, came shortly after... Read More