Check out this great interview with Sam Shrauger as he talks about digital goods and digital content. Click
Here to read more.
The Government Relations team of eBay’s Asia-Pacific region is excited to join PublicAffairsAsia as a sponsor of the 2010 Gold Standard Awards (GSA). The GSA recognizes excellence in public affairs and corporate communications. Click hereto read more about the nominees.
The Federal Trade Commission has released its Staff Report on Privacy. It is entitled: “Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change: A Proposed Framework for Businesses and Policymakers.” If you would like to read the entire report, please click through to the FTC\'s website
Last month, two PayPal merchants traveled to Tokyo to tell their entrepreneurial stories to Members of the Japanese Diet. Joined by PayPal Japan Country Manager, Andrew Pipolo, and Michelle Peacock, Sr. Director of PayPal Global Govt. Relations, the merchants explained to the Members of the Diet how PayPal has been the key to their success.
From 1st January 2011 the new consumer protection law comes into force. “The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) replaces 20 existing Federal, State and Territory laws with one national law,” said the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, the Hon David Bradbury MP. The ACL includes new regulations guaranteeing consumer rights when buying goods and services, replacing existing laws on conditions and warranties. Read more.
Steven Liew, Senior Director and Legal Counsel, Government Relations Asia Pacific, talked with eBay Main Street about the top issues facing the region in 2010. Liew also discussed how mobile phones and counterfeit goods are affecting E-commerce across Asia Pacific. Click here to watch the video.
Click Here for an exciting hour long discussion on the eCommerce industry in Australia hosted by the small business guru David Koch.
The PayPal Blog has a set of 5 awesome selling tips to help your small business this holiday season. Click Here for the great seller tips.
Small and medium enterprises – SMEs -- still face a number of regulatory barriers selling from one country to another, eBay’s Director of SME Businesses Jody Ford told business community and policy makers of the United Kingdom (U.K.). Click here to read more comments by Ford.
On Monday, The Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Tiffany and Co. in a major trademark case, solidifying the ruling handed down in eBay\'s favor this September. eBay was not held liable for trademark infringements stemming from sales on its website by individuals. eBay Inc. continues to favor an open marketplace and actively pursues possible cases of fraud on its websites.
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