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Trump Campaign Angry That Cell Carriers Blocked Company Texts To Voters

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Trump campaign angry that cell carriers blocked spammy texts to voters

Trump vs phone carriers — Trump campaign claims political texts were sent manually and thus not illegal. Jon Brodkin - Jul 24, 2020 5:43 pm UTC Getty Images | pagadesignPresident Trump's re-election campaign has accused Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile of "suppression of political speech" over the carriers' blocking of spam texts sent by the campaign.…

Six leading investors assess the remote-work startup landscape

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up the startup world, slowing some high-growth unicorns and promoting others onto the coveted list. In the earlier-stages of startup land, the same patterns of acceleration and braking can be found. TechCrunch wanted to dig more deeply into the cohort of startups that are seeing acceleration, so we put together…

UPDATE 1-Danske beefs up anti-money laundering measures in Norway after inspection...

(Adds details about inspection, quote, background) COPENHAGEN, July 22 (Reuters) - Danske Bank will strengthen anti-money laundering efforts in its Norwegian unit after the country’s financial watchdog found it had failed to comply with Norwegian regulations on several points. During a routine inspection in September 2019, the Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) uncovered a series of…

6 Strategies for eCommerce Stores to Reduce Fraud

As an eCommerce store, you want to do all you can to reduce fraud. Whether you are a small business or a big corporation, you want to try and reduce fraud at each of the risk exposure points. Fraudsters are intelligent, trying to come up with new ways to get around security and controls. For…

Here’s an exclusive look at the pitch deck fintech ComplyAdvantage used...

Charles Delingpole, ComplyAdvantage CEO and founder ComplyAdvantage This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Become an Insider and start reading now. London-based fintech ComplyAdvantage has raised a $50 million Series C funding round from Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board.The startup raised the funding virtually during the coronavirus pandemic."We thought that when Covid hit…

Just 40% of cruise ships operating in American waters since mid-April...

Many customers are wondering when cruises are coming back.But a new CDC report flashes warning signs for how cruises are handling the coronavirus pandemic today.Just 20 of the 49 ships that have operated in US waters since April 15 tested crew members on board, the study said.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A new…

Critics in China reportedly called ByteDance CEO Zhang Yiming an ‘American...

Zhang Yiming, founder and CEO of ByteDance, on April 23, 2018 in Fuzhou, Fujian Province of China. Visual China Group via Getty Images/Visual China Group via Getty Images People on a Chinese microblogging site called ByteDance CEO Zhang Yiming a traitor, a coward, and an American apologist after the company confirmed it is the possibility…

Google reportedly trains employees to avoid words like ‘dominant,”unique,’ and ‘leader’...

Google reportedly trains new employees to avoid using certain words that may jeopardize the company in antitrust backlash down the line, per a report from The Markup.The off-limits words include "unique," "dominant," "the leader," and "unmatched," among others. Google also reminds employees to avoid sending a message that the firm is out to 'crush,' 'kill,'…

Some members of multilevel-marketing company Young Living are making questionable claims...

Some sellers of Young Living products are using social media to claim that essential oils are "tested and shown effective against corona viruses."That isn't true. The $1.5 billion multilevel-marketing company has a long history of making unsupported medical claims. In 2014, it received a warning letter from the US Food and Drug Administration.Insider interviewed more…