By Chris Dawson May 11, 2020 - 11:29 am

EU acknowledges abysmal Cookie Policy needs fixing

The EU are trying to prop up their truly abysmal Cookie Policy which they strengthened under GDPR. Frankly the abysmal Cookie Policy is, at least for many, worse than not having a Cookie Policy at all and it's interpretation hasn't helped. What are Cookies? Firstly, what are

GDPR’s slingshot effect in giving European businesses a competitive advantage

In today's guest comment Mike Ingrassia, president and general counsel of Truata has penned his thoughts on the GDPR in a viewpoint, which discusses how technology companies are able to embrace their inner 'David' and turn their weakness into an advantage by exploiting GDPR to

How Zalando addressed the introduction of PSD2

On the 14 of September, Strong Customer Authentication comes into force as part of the EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2). For customers, this means that payment will be even more secure. If they want to pay online, they will have to authenticate their payment using

How to prepare for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) regulation

There’s little doubt that web sales represent an ever-increasing revenue channel for most UK retailers. In fact, eMarketer expected online retail spend to increase by 14.9% in 2018, to almost £96 billion. However, Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is coming fast and carries the potential to disrupt

GDPR one year on: Enforcement, Impact and Annoyance

This weekend saw the first anniversary of GDPR on the 25th of May, but what's changed and how is GDPR one year on impacting our experience of the Internet? It's worth noting that a number of companies have been fined for blatant abuse of consumer's personal

eBay sellers urge Congress to relax policies denting SMBs

Some 24 eBay sellers met up with more than 60 US Congress members to encourage the policymakers to relax regulations denting sellers' businesses. The 14th annual US eBay Advocacy Day saw eBay merchants from 20 states advocating for policies that would ensure a fair trading landscape

Proposed US jewellery import policy to require declaration of origin

The US State Department may enforce a US jewellery import policy which will require origin declaration of imported jewellery into the US. The possible regulation will ask a declaration of origin for every piece of finished jewellery or its components including precious metals, diamonds and all

Amazon merchant hit with $12.8m fine for fake Amazon reviews

An Amazon merchant is facing a $12.8 million fine for allegedly making false medical claims for their weight loss pills, they also commissioned fake Amazon reviews making the same unsubstantiated claims. An independent watchdog of consumer protection, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced their first case yesterday

PayPal CMA inquiry is set to face a second-stage phase

PayPal CMA inquiry is set to face a second-stage phase by a competition watchdog, Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) after failing to address the audit's concerns on the imbalance of prices and quality of services. The online payments supplier have put a sharper focus this week on their

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