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It is uncommon for cybercriminals to take the risk to steal information and then simply leave it lying on a server.
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Data loss continues to make headlines around the globe with South Africa being the latest target.
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The breach contains data of more than 30-million unique South African ID numbers, Tech Central reported.
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Blame limited spectrum and expensive infrastructure.
One student's university application was destroyed.
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MTN said it was not aware that other mobile networks were zero-rating LTE.
The UK PR company's involvement with the Guptas and state capture has prompted thousands of tweets showing that South Africans are taking it personally.
In Africa, banking the unbanked remains a pressing need. Roughly 700 million people in Africa are financially excluded – denied economic citizenship.
Dynamic spectrum management functions like the autofocus on a camera. But instead of image clarity, it maintains the quality of the data being broadcast.
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New sources of work are needed as the youth-to-adult unemployment rate hits historic peaks and average wages remain notably lower in emerging economies.
The Gold Rush is over, and as we have moved more and more into the digital realm, the brand new commodity is data – because everything depends on it.