November 28, 2009
Record-Breaking Black Friday for PayPal
On Black Friday, PayPal processed 20% more payments than in 2008, with mobile payments increasing 140% over a typical Friday. <a href="http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2356389,00.asp">Click Here</a> to read the PC Magazine article and <a href="https://www.thepaypalblog.com/2009/11/black-friday-data-is-here-online-s... Here</a> to read the note from the PayPal blog on Black Friday 2009.
November 18, 2009
Coming to D.C. on November 19-20: eBay Mobile Boutique
Kick off the gift-giving season at our first ever <a name="eBayHoliday" href="http://www.ebayholiday.com/" target="_blank"><strong>eBay Mobile Boutique</strong></a>, with insider advice from eBay trend and culture experts. Come to Union Station on November 19-20 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit <a name="eBayHoliday_1" href="http://www.ebayholiday.com/" target="_blank">eBayHoliday.com</a> for more information.
November 13, 2009
How to Ensure Consumers Pay
The Wall Street Journal has a great article on three ways to help secure payments from customers. In the online world, PayPal and Bill Me Later are two of the easiest ways to ensure that. <a href="http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405274870368380457453348272161437... here</a> to check it out.
November 13, 2009
PayPal Recognized For Privacy by Australian Gov
PayPal was recognized by the Australian Government for Privacy and security of the PayPal System. We were granted a high-commendation in the “large business category” at the Australian Privacy Awards. <a href="https://www.thepaypalblog.com/2009/11/paypal-commended-in-australian-pri... here</a> to check out the full story at the PayPal Blog
November 13, 2009
StubHub President: "The Recession is Helping Fans"
An interesting upside to the gloomy economy? More fans are seeing more of their favorite teams and bands thanks to declining ticket prices on the secondary market. StubHub President Chris Tsakalakis explains in this <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chris-tsakalakis/the-recession-helps-fans_... Post article</a>. Read more about eBay/StubHub\'s position on ticket sales <a href="http://www.ebaymainstreet.com/policy-papers/ticket-sales">here</a>.
November 12, 2009
Introducing PayPal Main Street
eBay Main Street has a sister...introducing PayPal Main Street! If you\'ve not yet checked out the newly revamped <a href="https://www.paypal-mainstreet.com/">PayPal Main Street site</a>, we encourage you to do so. While we share many of the same public policy concerns, there are several issues of specific importance to the PayPal Community and PayPal Main Street is the place to follow \'em. <a href="https://www.thepaypalblog.com/2009/11/paypal-government-relations-launch... this feature story on the PayPal blog</a> to learn more.
November 11, 2009
Europeans Campaign for Consumer Choice
Many brands don\'t want their products sold online — on eBay or elsewhere. And they\'re not just talking about new, authentic goods...some are even trying to stop consumers from reselling a product they already own, like a used purse or an unopened bottle of perfume. On the heels of eBay\'s successful petition campaign in the EU, this army of supporters is growing online at <a href="http://www.consumerchoice.eu/uk">www.consumerchoice.eu/uk</a>, <a href="http://www.consumerchoice.eu/de">www.consumerchoice.eu/de</a> and <a href="http://www.consumerchoice.eu/fr">www.consumerchoice.eu/fr</a>. Consumers are using this integrated social networking platform to stand up and defend their right to buy legitimate goods online.
November 6, 2009
"Here Come the Cops!" - a blog post from Steve DelBianco of NetChoice.org
In a new blog post from Steve DelBianco of NetChoice.org, "Here Come the Cops!", he says "while we got no apology, I think we got something much better at today\'s hearing" on Combating Organized Retail Crime. <a href="http://blog.netchoice.org/2009/11/here-come-the-cops.html" target="_blank" title="http://blog.netchoice.org/2009/11/here-come-the-cops.html">Continue reading.</a>
October 27, 2009
European Commission publishes follow-up report on cross-border e-commerce
The European Commission released today its follow-up report to the March 2009 report on cross-border e-commerce in the EU.
The new report, published on 22 October 2009, aims to check the availability of products and to quantify the savings European Consumers can make when shopping cross-border online, which illustrates why it is important to increase efforts to combat the above-mentioned barriers.