MPs warned mobiles are potential goldmines for hostile states

17/11/2022 | The Guardian

House of Commons speaker Lindsay Hoyle has suggested MPs refrain from taking their mobile phones into important meetings due to the threat posed by state-backed hackers and other criminals. The speaker said MPs mobile phones are a "potential goldmine" for hostile states seeking to influence democracy in the UK.

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