A blog relating to Internet legal issues by Professor John Swinson, University of Queensland
There appears to be a market for reloadable payment cards. Part of the growth in this market is driven by online sales of goods and services. See article on eMerchants.
Paypal Over Zealous and Uncaring?
From The New York Times:
Some PayPal Users Criticize Antifraud Measures Some of the payment service’s users say the company needlessly freezes their accounts when large transactions are involved. http://nyti.ms/QuD0EC
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Amended Privacy Law in Australia
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