How to Protect Mobile Apps Against Sneaker Bots | Security

Automated purchasing bots, also known as “sneaker bots,” “click bots,” “Instacart bots” and other names, are ruining the online shopping and gig economy experience for both consumers and workers. These bots can cause considerable damage to a mobile business’ reputation and bottom line. As their namesake indicates, these bots were originally developed to automate the […]

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US E-Commerce Companies in the Dark on European Privacy Rules | Privacy

By John K. Higgins Sep 11, 2020 4:47 AM PT The U.S. Commerce Department is attempting to negotiate an agreement that would help thousands of U.S. companies comply with policies designed to protect the personal privacy of European citizens. The department, and the European Commission, an arm of the European Union (EU), have initiated discussions […]

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Tech’s Role in the Future of Restaurants | E-Commerce

Restaurants have been drastically and, in some cases, permanently changed in recent months. Many of the establishments that have survived the initial round of the pandemic have moved to take-out, delivery, or curbside-pickup models. Others have significantly altered their dining experience, ordering and payment processes. While these changes in the restaurant industry have been in […]

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How Customer Conversations Can Create Personalization in E-Commerce | E-Commerce

Ask anyone in the e-commerce space and they’ll tell you: it’s a numbers game. The numbers we rely on every day offer insights into every aspect of our competitive industry, from the click-through success of advertising campaigns to the conversion rates of specifically placed “Buy Now” buttons. Yet in this world of quantitative analytics, we’re […]

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