International call routing racket busted; six held

Cyberabad police on Friday busted a racket of illegal routing of Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls and claimed that Pakistan-based handlers of two persons arrested in the country, used this platform to avoid detection.

Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba backer, business on US terror blacklist

Muhammad Iqbal, whose name figures among the suspects behind the 26/11 Mumbai attack, has been put on the list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT) by the United States.

Pakistani authorities ban Skype, Whatsapp

Authorities in Pakistan`s southern Sindh province on Thursday banned instant messaging and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications like Skype, Whatsapp, and Viber for three months to facilitate security operations.

Govt to amend law to check misuse of VoIP by terror groups

Govt plans to amend the 128-year-old Indian Telegraph Act in a bid to check misuse of Internet Telephony, a tool that has become handy for terror and separatist groups.

Govt to amend law to check misuse of VoIP by terrorists

Government plans to amend the 128-year-old Indian Telegraph Act in a bid to check misuse of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) or Internet Telephony, a tool that has become handy for terror and separatist groups.

26/11 lawyer Azmi`s killers made calls via VOIP from Bangkok

Conspirators who planned the murder
of defence lawyer Shahid Azmi from Bangkok made calls to the
killers through VOIP, besides opening an e-mail account to
upload the victim`s photo to target him.

Nortel seeks buyer for Carrier VoIP business

Nortel Networks Corp has sought court approval to sell certain assets of its Carrier voice over Internet protocol and application solutions business to Genband Inc for USD 282 million, court papers showed.