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US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Files Complain in the U.S Court against PayPal

US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Files Complain in the U.S Court against PayPal The U.S federal authorities have ordered $25 million fine for eBay-owned, PayPal, as the credit service is believed t

PayPal Starts Accepting Bitcoins

PayPal Starts Accepting BitcoinsThe partnership between PayPal and some of the processors of crypto-currency will now allow several businesses which already use PayPal to start accepting payments in bitcoin.

On Tuesday PayPal announced the partnerships that signalled at a measured move towards adopting bitcoin, which is a popular digital currency that has been well accepted by people in the last few years.

eBay’s Spinoff of PayPal May be In the Cards

eBay’s Spinoff of PayPal May be In the CardsThe shares of eBay Inc. increased by about 5% after a report came in which stated that the company was planning to spin off its cash division PayPal payments unit. The move can happen as early as next year. Now the stock is moving at $55.89 per share which is a boost of almost 4.63% for the day.

DMARC Growing in Healthy Spirits

DMARC Growing in Healthy SpiritsIt has been recently revealed that the anti-phishing drive is being joined by many major firms. Ones which have already taken the initiative are PayPal, Google, Microsoft and Facebook, besides others. The anti-spam project will soon be underway and they shall work towards making cyberspace more secure for these firms.

16 people arrested in connection with Anonymous attacks on PayPal

FBI on Tuesday arrested 14 people in the US in connection with hacking attacks launched by hacking group Anonymous against online payment service PayPal.

The arrests were made in Arizona, Alabama, Colorado, California, the District of Columbia, New Mexico, Ohio, Florida and some other places in the US.

According to the US Department of Justice, one person has been arrested in South London and other four people in the Netherlands for allegedly being a part of the Anonymous.

Hacking spree not ready to come to an end

Hacking spree not ready to come to an endHeavy pressure from the side of law enforcement agencies forced hacker group LulzSec to disband, but hacking spree is not ready to come to an end.

After hacking News Corp.’s Twitter account and posting false news that that U. S. President Barack Obama had been assassinated in an Iowa restaurant while campaigning, unknown hackers on Tuesday hacked into the Twitter account of online payment service PayPal in the UK.

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