Tag Archives: privacy

Must Read!! Build Stronger Passwords NOW.

Our posts on password security span the entire period of our (Retailing A to Z) existence. In each case, our goal is for you to build stronger passwords NOW. Today’s post is a MUST READ.   Old Rules to Build … Continue reading

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How to Be Safe Online

As we know, hacking and identity theft make us more vulnerable than ever  when we shop with a credit or debit card — whether in a store, over the phone, or online. So, we need to do all we can … Continue reading

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Will Retailers Be Ready for Europe’s General Trade Protection Rule?

Recently, the U.S. Congress voted to overturn a pending regulation that would require Internet service providers (ISPs) to obtain people’s permission before selling their data about them. President Trump then signed the rollback. As reported by NPR.org: “This is a … Continue reading

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