Tag: policy

E-payment & Security, Technology

Bank groups voice concerns with CFPB’s open banking proposal

January 5, 2024

Via: Payments Dive

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s open banking proposal doesn’t go far enough to protect sensitive consumer financial data, the Bank Policy Institute and The Clearing House said in a comment letter submitted Friday. The CFPB, which closed its comment period […]

Apps & Sites, Mobile Commerce

Pinterest Bans All Weight Loss Related Ads

July 2, 2021

Via: Social Media Today

Pinterest completes their list of already banned weight loss related ads as National Eating Disorders Association’s data shows a steep rise in unhealthy eating patterns during the pandemic and Pinners embrace radical self-acceptance. National Eating Disorders Association helpline has reported […]


Qualcomm’s licensing terms are anti-competitive, US Judge rules

May 22, 2019

Via: The Verge

A US judge has ruled in favor of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in its dispute with Qualcomm. As a result of the ruling, Qualcomm must stop bundling patent licensing deals with its hardware (often referred to as its “no […]


Ship to Store Is Retailers’ Top Fulfillment Option

February 3, 2016

Via: itCurated

Retailers offer consumers a variety of shipping options to meet their needs. According to September 2015 research, ship to store is the most common worldwide. Retail Systems Research (RSR) and SPS Commerce found that nearly two-thirds (61%) of retailers worldwide […]

Mobile Commerce

Right to be forgotten and e-commerce

September 14, 2015

Via: itCurated

The “right to be forgotten” concept presumes that, upon request, third parties that have information concerning individuals or entities should remove such information deemed private or damaging. The concept extends to past events that are no longer occurring, yet their […]


There’s No Tech News If There’s No Uber News

August 21, 2015

Via: itCurated

Uber, the ride-hailing service, has become one of the tech industry’s newsmakers of the moment. This week is no exception. On Tuesday, the San Francisco-based company said it would soon bring its food delivery service, UberEats, to its hometown. On […]