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It’s hardly a secret that bullying and other forms of online harassment like trolling are a social media epidemic. There is an increasing amount of media coverage about how people’s lives have been impacted offline when they or someone that they care about is subjected to various kinds of online abuse. When the media reports

In continuing the conversation about closing the gender gap for women entrepreneurs from my previous post, please join me next week, Tuesday, February 24th at the Girls Raising Innovation Challenge 2015 event to support, educate and encourage female entrepreneurship. I have been invited to attend as a panelist to provide guidance to budding entrepreneurs for launching a successful company.

While there is much concern over the lack of female entrepreneurs in first world countries, the gender gap in developing countries is even greater. Poverty, lack of proper identifying information, and little to no access to banking services, leaves more than 1.3 billion women out of the formal financial system. These women then lack the

India: Innovations in ID Verification

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

As you may already know, identity verification is hardly a new concept. In fact, it’s been around for thousands of years. However, over the past few decades, there have been tremendous changes in how we prove who we are. At the moment, the global standard for proof of identity is still a physical document issued

Legislation is intended to guide regulated industries on how to conduct and operate, and compliance departments are constantly faced with new regulations created to prevent money laundering and combat terrorist financing. These sets of regulations are commonly referred to as AML (anti-money laundering) and KYC (know your customer) and are enforced in the vast majority

Legislation is intended to guide regulated industries in how to conduct and operate, and compliance departments are constantly faced with new regulations intended to prevent money laundering and combat terrorist financing. These sets of regulations are commonly referred to as AML (anti-money laundering) and KYC (know your customer) and are enforced in the vast majority

Online gambling is a contentious and hotly debated issue in North America, especially when compared with Europe, where it is more generally widely accepted and permitted, with only a few notable exceptions, such as the Netherlands and Norway. Because online gambling legislation and regulation is typically left to the state and provincial governments in the

Human smuggling is a large and booming business. In the state of Arizona alone, $360 million was known to have moved through bank accounts linked to human smugglers between 2008 and 2013. And between June and September 2014, Homeland Security seized nearly $1 million from over 500 bank accounts suspected of being used by smugglers.

Mass payment, like the name implies, is a way of sending payments to many recipients at once. This method of payment is popular with organizations that deal with international direct sales commissions, survey incentives, customer rebates, or employee benefits. We spoke with Rob Hartley, Trulioo’s Director of Product, to find out more about the mass

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