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US passes new AML whistleblower law

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 04 Jan 2021

In the US, The AML Act has been added as a major section of the National Defense Authorization Act and has become law pursuant to Congress’ override of President Trump’s veto.

US, law, AML, Dodd-Frank Act, whistleblower, government, banks, credit unions, IRS

H&M fined EUR 35.2 mln fine over violating EU privacy rules

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 07 Oct 2020

Privacy regulators in Germany have posed to H&M a fine of EUR 35.2 million for violating EU privacy laws.

h&M, data privacy, law, GDPR, retail, fine, regulation, compliance

Visa warns to discontinue payments services for gambling websites in Germany

News | Online Payments | 29 May 2020

Visa has told all of its banks and payment processor partners in Germany that it will discontinue its payments services to and from illegal online gambling websites.  

Germany, Visa, cards, payments, online gambling, online payments, banks, payment processors, illegal activities, law, regulations, withdrawal, sports betting

Trans and gender: An issue of non-conforming identities in today's digital world

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 01 Apr 2020

Does the word 'identity' include under its umbrella notions of financial and social inclusion for everyone, or are there exceptions?, Simona Negru, content editor at The Paypers tries to find the answer 

Simona Negru, The Paypers, transgender, identity, iD, financial inclusion, social inclusion, accounts, payments, cards, banking services, law, regulations, authentication, verification, gender identity, personal information, banks, issuers, financial institutions, debit cards, credit cards, legal requirements

Regulating platforms in the EU: The pursuit of a 'fairer' online platform environment

Voice of the Industry | Payments General | 01 Apr 2020

Juliette Beaulaton, Ecommerce Europe, discusses about European policymakers’ attempts to build a legal framework that would reconcile the interest of businesses, platforms, consumers, and citizens

Juliette Beaulaton, Ecommerce Europe, regulations, Europe, online platforms, economy, ecommerce, Marketplaces, transactions , P2B, law, directive, digital services

NYS AG announces SHIELD Act legislation for data breaches protection

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 18 Jun 2019

The New York Attorney General has announced the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act, a new cybersecurity law, which passed the state legislature.

NYS AG, US, legislation, protection, consumers, data breaches, SHIELD Act, cybersecurity, law, regulations, personal data, bill, biometrics, passwords, security

LocalBitcoins urges restrictions on Iranian accounts

News | Cryptocurrencies | 28 May 2019

According to a post on their website, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange LocalBitcoins.com has banned users living in Iran starting 24 May.

LocalBitcoins, restrictions, Iran, accounts, cryptocurrency, crypto assets, exchanges, Coinbase, Binance, financial regulations, law, transactions , bank account, trading

Texas introduces consumer privacy and data collection bills

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 05 Apr 2019

The Texas House of Representatives has introduced two bills that aim to protect consumers’ privacy and data, following the trend of similar laws in jurisdictions such as California and Washington.

GDPR, data privacy, customer data, Texas, US, personal identifying information, law, regulation, fines

Romania amends its tax law with 10% tax on crypto earnings

News | Cryptocurrencies | 23 Jan 2019

Romania has amended its tax laws, which means that the country will start taxing gains from bitcoin investments at a rate of 10%.

Romania, tax, law, cryptocurrency, earnings, regulations, holdings, legislation, income

EU lawmakers to rein in online marketplaces

News | Ecommerce | 15 Oct 2018

A key EU lawmaker has announced proposals aimed at curbing online marketplaces’ use of merchants’ data to boost sales of own brand products.

online marketplaces, merchants, unfair business practices, ecommerce, law, regulations, voice assistance, Europe

Australian authorities announce new AML rules for local Bitcoin exchanges

News | Cryptocurrencies | 04 Apr 2018

New rules aimed to counter money laundering and terrorism financing (AML/CTF) have been announced by the Australian financial authorities.

AML, CTF, Australia, Austrac, cryptocurrency, bitcoin exchanges, law, regulation

Updated draft law e-invoicing Swedish public sector

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 15 Feb 2018

The Swedish government has now published an updated draft law that involves even more extensive changes than previously announced.

einvocing, Sweden, compliance, public sector, law

Vietnams Central Bank considers banning cryptocurrency

News | Cryptocurrencies | 30 Oct 2017

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has completed the legal framework for digital currencies, according to local publications.

State Bank of Vietnam, SBV, Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, Vietnam, law, regulation, Bitcoin ban

Data transfer pact between the UK and EU needed

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 25 Aug 2017

A British government paper has acknowledged the need for a data transfer pact between the UK and EU, as many UK businesses and law enforcement agencies rely on EU data.

data transfers, GDPR, UK, US, Brexit, law, regulations, online security

Access Now outlines Privacy Shield review

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 07 Jul 2017

Access Now has sent extensive comments to the European Commission on the review of the EU-US “Privacy Shield” arrangement to allow data transfer between Europe and the US.

Access Now, European Commission, Privacy Shield, data transfer, regulation, GDPR, US, EU, law, Europe

Cyber security law implemented by China

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 29 May 2017

China has announced implementing a controversial law that mandates strict data surveillance and storage for companies working in the country.

data surveillance, regulation, law, cyber security law, China, Asia, online security, fraud prevention

Lawyers Mutual teams up with Cloudtrade for paperless invoicing

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 12 May 2017

CloudTrade has announced that its e-invoicing solution has been selected by Lawyers Mutual to help drive efficiency across its mutual professional liability insurance business.

CloudTrade, eInvoicing, law, insurance business, financial protection, Lawyers Mutual

OneCoin banned in Germany by BaFin

News | Cryptocurrencies | 19 Apr 2017

Onecoin services, offered by IMS International Marketing Services, have been banned by BaFin, Germany`s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority.

Onecoin, BaFin, payment processor, cryptocurrency, Germany, law, IMS International Marketing Services, authorization