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Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, Digicel says it has intensified its humanitarian and restoration efforts to get much-needed supplies and technical equipment to Dominica, which was hit by the monster Category Five storm.
Find out the week’s top mobile stories from around the world.This week.. Google signs $1.1bn HTC smartphone deal, Face ID’s Ripple Effects Already Appearing in Mobile Industry, Vodafone preparing bid for Zambia mobile license, WhatsApp refused access to UK Government and much more…
Alphabet’s Google has struck a $1.1bn (£822m) deal with Taiwan’s HTC to expand its smartphone business.
Google will not take a stake in the firm, but some HTC staff will join the Silicon Valley giant.
The Taiwanese company was once a major player in the smartphone market but has struggled to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung.
Rafael Pellon, MEF LatAm advisor and partner at Focaccia, Amaral, Salvia, Pellon & Lamonica Advogados, here explores the latest iteration of the MEF Value Added Services (VAS) Code of Practice for Brazil, now in its recently launched third edition, and examines why it is more important than ever for the health of the market.
Since 2010, the Brazilian VAS Industry has been strongly relying on MEF’s Code of Practice to tackle industry’s biggest issues and keep fraudsters out of it.
Is there a right way for enterprises to ask their customers for private data? Regulators think so. In many regions, they are mandating new consent guidelines. Rimma Perelmuter, CEO of MEF, offers a summary…
Next year, the laws around data privacy in the EU will change. The General Data Protection Regulation is coming, and it will mandate new practices around the way companies active in the European Economic Area (EEA) collect, store and share customer data.