Vodafone takes a stand on privacy; Huawei takes wraps off new Ascend P6

> Vodafone and BSkyB have reportedly held high-level discussions on how to curb BT's growing reach over the broadband market in the UK. Article

> Huawei has taken the wraps off the S version of its Ascend P6 smartphone, but reports say there is still no LTE support. Article

> Vodafone is to take a stand on privacy by asking governments of each of the markets in which it operates for the right to disclose the number of demands it receives for wiretapping and customer data. Article

> SoftBank has reportedly entered into direct talks with Deutsche Telekom to resolve a potential obstacle to the deal to combine Sprint with T-Mobile US. Article

And finally…a plastic surgery app game targeted at children has been removed from Apple and Google app stores. Article

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