Even though there have been many advancements in financial technology over the past decade, many Americans still prefer to pay in cash. In fact, cash was the most popular form of payment until 2019, when debit cards rose to the top of the ranks in the San Francisco Federal Reserves annual survey. Cash remains king, however, when it comes to payments under $10.But the pandemic has caused people to shift away from cash transactions for fear of coming in contact with coronavirus on the surface of d…
Facebook warns privacy rules could force it to exit European market – Ars Technica
Facebook official charges Irish regulators haven’t treated Facebook fairly.
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Facebook has warned that it could be forced to pull out of the European market if European regulators push forward with limits on data sharing between the European Union and the United States.
Until this year, an arrangement called Privacy Shield allowed US technology companies to move data easily between the two jurisdictions. But Europe’s highest court nixed that arrangement in July…
CDC scandal gets worse: This is why Trump can’t be trusted with a coronavirus vaccine – Salon
Even if there’s a safe vaccine someday soon, Trump will definitely find a way to screw it up completely
September has featured one scandal after another stemming from Donald Trump’s belief that the best way to handle the coronavirus pandemic is to let a bunch of people get sick and die, and then deny that it’s happening. First, journalist Bob Woodward started to releasing recordings in which Trump said he “wanted to always play it down” and admitted he had deliberately lied to the public about how serious this virus really is. Then, in a town hall for ABC News, Trump confessed that his real strate…
Amazon reportedly prevents some device rivals from advertising competing products – CNBC
The actions could attract attention from regulators who are already examining Amazon’s business practices.
Amazon restricts some of its biggest device rivals from buying advertisements tied to search results for its own products, giving its devices an advantage over competitors, a Wall Street Journal investigation has found.
The company won’t allow some device makers to buy sponsored ads tied to products made by Amazon, including the voice-activated Echo Show, Ring Doorbell and Fire TV, despite allowing them to buy ads tied to other competitors’ products on the site, the Journal said.
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