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Apple, Google and operators face U.S. inquiry into device security fixes

By Total Telecom staff
Tuesday 10 May 16

FTC and FCC sent letters to eight device manufacturers and a number of U.S. mobile operators.

Apple, Google and major U.S. mobile operators have received requests from U.S. regulators to provide information on how they tackle mobile device security updates, amid concerns that there are delays in patching vulnerabilities that leave consumers at risk of cyber attacks…

Apple, Google and major U.S. mobile operators have received requests from U.S. regulators to provide information on how they tackle mobile device security updates, amid concerns that there are delays in patching vulnerabilities that leave consumers at risk of cyber attacks…

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