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PayPal has lifted a freeze on the legal defence fund of Private Bradley Manning who may face treason charges for leaking United States national intelligence to the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks.
Customers say they have become victims of fraud after the cosmetic company's UK website was hit by repeated hacking attacks over the last three months
The Australian version of auction website eBay will change its website and payment policies in July, removing the rule that sellers must offer PayPal as a payment option.
Online companies have teamed up with the government on a campaign that aims to get small UK companies onto the web
Yahoo, Google and eight other top technology companies are participating in an effort to bring OpenID single login to US government websites as part of Obama's Gov 2.0 initiative
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In response to my piece yesterday that PayPal may ban Safari for being unsafe, PayPal public relations firm sent me the following email stating in no unspecific terms that "We have absolutely no intention of blocking current versions of any browsers, including Apple’s Safari, from our website."Hi Jason,PayPal is developing features to block customers from logging into PayPal when using obsolete browsers on outdated or unsupported operating systems.
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No charges will be filed against a teenager behind a Web site asking for donations for the victims of the Asian tsunami disaster, according to the Tasmanian police.Detective senior constable Jason Hutcheon told ZDNet Australia that the 19-year-old resident of Hobart suburb Glenorchy would not face charges because the Web site had been created in "good faith".