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Since launch, Skype has been regarded as secure and private, with its strong encryption and complex peer-to-peer network connections making calls almost impossible to intercept. Since Microsoft bought it out, though, things have been changing — and Slate suggests your privacy may not be what it once was.
Talmon Marco, founder of the VoIP app Viber (the sixth most popular all-time free iPhone app), was met at La Guardia airport this evening by a waiting posse of port authority cops. What did he do? Well, it’s not quite as outrageous as Alec Baldwin getting in trouble for playing Words With Friends, but it’s still a bit ridiculous.
The NBN isn’t just a data network; the eventual aim of the rollout is to replace the copper network that not only provides ADSL (if you’re lucky enough), but also voice services. NBN Co’s announced that it’s fast-tracking automatic user authentication to allow NBN-based VoIP services to roll out more smoothly.
Skype has announced that it is investigating a new tool which can be used to collect users’ IP addresses. The hack, which can provide the IP address of a targeted Skype user without even having to add them as a contact, has been circulating online since last Thursday.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) continues to bust communications providers whose plans aren’t described clearly. Today it announced a $13,200 fine for TPG over terms associated with its offering of ‘free’ VOIP calls for broadband customers.
Sometimes a long back-and-forth discussion over email can be quickly resolved with a quick phone call. So Elecom’s new compact wireless Bluetooth keyboard doubles as a VoIP handset letting you drop a line through your tablet or computer.