Optus is now allowing customers to connect to its mobile network using an eSIM via an app on their phone, claiming it is the first mobile provider in Australia to allow it.
The use and sharing of data by apps, the extent of competition between Google and Apple’s app stores, and whether more pricing transparency is needed in Australia’s mobile apps market, are among issues to be scrutinised by the competition watchdog, the ACCC.
GUEST OPINION by Pavan Thatha, Radware: The data sought by cybercriminals vary from one vertical to another, whether banking credentials, medical records, pricing information or confidential research, to name just a few.
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make you have a tracker installed, just like you have to have a number plate.
Microsoft has ransomware protection in Windows 10 by blocking unknown app access to your documents folder, etc
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