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What’s WEB OPTIMIZATION advertising? In June 2017, we announced that Yahoo and AOL joined to become a unified digital and cellular media company as part of Verizon We at the moment are operating beneath these unified Terms of Service. You probably have a Yahoo or an AOL account, you will need to agree to these Phrases. (Be aware, in case you have not yet agreed to those Phrases, the legacy Yahoo Terms of Service or legacy Oath Phrases of Service (for AOL) nonetheless apply to your account.) For all Verizon Media products or services which might be accessed with out … Read More

IRDAI releases guidelines for standard travel cover

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The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has put forward guidelines for a standard travel insurance policy covering domestic travel.

Known as “Bharat Yatra Suraksha”, the standard policy will cover travel using all modes of transportation, including buses, trains, ships and aircraft.

According to a report by Mint, the policy will cover hospitalisation costs as well as provide a benefit in case of death or permanent disability. The hospital benefit will be from INR100,000 to INR1 million, while the death benefit will be from INR100,000 to INR10 million. Optional riders include cover for flight delay/missed flights, loss

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SMEs and Consumers unhappy with bank service

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Both consumers and Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are unhappy with the service they receive from banks at a time when digitisation and automation are meant to be ushering in a “brave new world” in banking services.

The problems with banks’ approaches are deep-rooted and strategic, and can only be solved by a complete rethink – which involves more than new apps and tech stacks.

A new study from RBR, Branch Transformation 2021, shows that the move from in-person banking to a mix of automated branches and digital is well underway. RBR’s study says the number of multi-function

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New SCA requirements rank low on UK merchants’ list of worries

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Retailers say the coming enforcement of the sweeping online payments regulation – SCA – is the least of their post-pandemic worries, a stance that exposes a stark disconnect with the shoppers they plan to serve as the UK emerges from more than a year of COVID-19 restrictions.

When asked to list their top post-pandemic concern, only 12.8% of retail professionals surveyed by Upwave on behalf of commerce protection provider Signifyd named SCA (strong customer authentication).

The European Economic Area regulation requires consumers to complete a robust, two-step identification process to make many online purchases.

That’s a marked contrast to consumers’

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