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New Gemini user agreement:can seize/freeze your assets for being "suspicious". Don't use your account for 2 years,freeze or lock your funds,any remaining funds in your account, unclaimed property abandoned property,We reserve the right to deduct fee from such "unclaimed" funds. etc...lots of sketchy

You agree and understand that we have the right to immediately (i) suspend your account and all accounts beneficially owned by you and any members of your household or for which you are a representative or authorized signatory and, in the case of entities, any affiliates (each, a “Related Account”), (ii) freeze/lock the funds and assets in all such accounts, and (iii) suspend your access to Gemini, until a determination has been made, if we suspect, in our sole discretion, you and/or any such accounts to be in violation of:
Any provision of this User Agreement; Any Applicable Laws or Regulations; Our BSA/AML Program; or Our Marketplace Conduct Rules, at any time since the opening of such account or Related Account (each, a “Conduct Violation”).
You further agree and understand that we have the right to immediately (i) suspend your account and any Related Account, (ii) freeze/lock the funds and assets in all such accounts, and (iii) suspend your access to Gemini until a determination has been made, if:
We are required to do so by a regulatory authority, court order, facially valid subpoena, or binding order of a government authority; The account is, or is related to any account that is, subject to any pending litigation, investigation, or governmental proceeding; The account has a negative balance for any reason; The account has a balance that needs to be reconciled for any reason; Your ACH deposit was returned to your bank; We believe someone is attempting to gain unauthorized access to the account; We believe there is unusual activity in the account; We believe you are using Gemini, your login credentials, or other account information in an unauthorized or inappropriate manner; or The account has not been accessed in two years or more. If your account has been suspended, you will be notified when accessing Gemini. We may, in our sole discretion, give Written Notice that your account has been suspended and may, in our sole discretion, disclose the reasons for suspension, if permitted to do so by law.
Account Investigations You agree and understand that we have the right to immediately investigate your account and any Related Account, if we suspect, in our sole discretion, that you and/or any such account has committed a Conduct Violation.
You further agree and understand that we have the right to immediately investigate your account and any Related Account, if:
We are required to do so by a regulatory authority, court order, facially valid subpoena, or binding order of a government authority; The account is, or is related to any account that is, subject to any pending litigation, investigation, or governmental proceeding; The account has not been accessed in two years or more. We may, in our sole discretion, give Written Notice that your account is the subject of an investigation and may, in our sole discretion, share the general nature of the investigation, if permitted to do so by law.
If we suspect that an account has committed a Conduct Violation that pertains to our Marketplace Conduct Rules, we will give Written Notice and share the general nature of the allegations as well as the specific provisions of our Marketplace Conduct Rules that appear to have been violated. You will have the right to submit, within seven calendar days from the date of notification, a written statement to our Chief Compliance Officer (“CCO”) explaining why no disciplinary action should be taken.
You agree and understand that upon our request and within the time frame designated by us, you and any related party are obligated to respond to any interrogatories in writing and to furnish any documentary materials and other information in connection with any investigation initiated pursuant to this User Agreement. You agree and understand that neither you nor any related party shall impede or delay any investigation or proceeding conducted pursuant to this User Agreement, nor refuse to comply with any request made pursuant to this User Agreement.
Following the conclusion of an investigation, our CCO will make, in his or her sole discretion, a determination based upon the weight of the evidence. If a suspected Conduct Violation pertains to our Marketplace Conduct Rules, our CCO may consider a variety of factors in assessing whether your conduct violated our Marketplace Conduct Rules, including, but not limited to:
Whether your intent was to induce others to trade when they otherwise would not have; Whether your intent was to affect a price rather than to change your position; Whether your intent was to create misleading market conditions; Market conditions in the impacted market(s) and related markets; The effect on other market participants; Your historical pattern of activity; Your order entry and cancellation activity; The size of your order(s) relative to market conditions at the time your order(s) was placed; The size of your order(s) relative to your position and/or capitalization; The number of orders; Your ability to manage the risk associated with your order(s) if fully executed; The duration for which your order(s) was exposed to the market; The duration between, and frequency of, non-actionable messages; The queue position or priority of your order in the order book; The prices of preceding and succeeding bids, offers, and trades; The change in the best offer price, best bid price, last sale price, or other price that results from the entry of your order; and Your activity in related markets, including, but not limited to, the Cboe Exchange, Inc. (“Cboe”), Cboe BZX Exchange, Inc. (“BZX”), and the Cboe Futures Exchange, LLC (“CFE”). You agree and understand that if your account or any Related Account is determined, in our sole discretion, to be have committed a Conduct Violation, we have the right to terminate any such accounts and take any and all necessary and appropriate actions pursuant to this User Agreement and/or Applicable Laws and Regulations.
Account Remedies for Breach You agree and understand that if you, your account, or any Related Account is determined, in our sole discretion, to have committed a Conduct Violation, we have the right to debit from your account or any Related Account (i) the value of any trading fee discounts or rebates that you or the holder of a Related Account has received in connection with this User Agreement at any time after one year preceding the date on which we become aware of the existence of the Conduct Violation and (ii) any other damages suffered by us as a result of the Conduct Violation. You further agree and understand that if we determine, in our sole discretion, that you have colluded, coordinated, and/or collaborated with any other User to commit a Conduct Violation, you and that User will be jointly and severally liable for the whole value of any trading fee discounts, rebates, and/or damages to which we are entitled under this subsection and any such amounts may be debited, in our sole discretion, from your account, that User’s account, or in each case, any Related Account. We will deduct any such amounts from the respective Fiat Account(s) and/or Digital Asset Account(s). If withdrawing from a Digital Asset Account, we will withdraw sufficient Digital Assets as calculated using that day’s Gemini Auction® 4pm ET U.S. dollar denominated auction price or, if no such auction price is available, the Gemini trailing 24-hour U.S. dollar denominated VWAP as of 4pm ET (the “Prevailing Market Price”). In addition, you agree and understand that we may alternatively collect some or all of any such amounts by offsetting them against any amount owing to you from Gemini. If you disagree with any determination made or remedy exercised under this subsection, you may bring an arbitration action pursuant to the ‘Dispute Resolution’ section of this User Agreement.
Account Termination You agree and understand that we have the right to terminate your access to Gemini and any account at any time and for any reason, and that if we do so, your rights and obligations under this User Agreement will continue. You further agree and understand that we have the right to take any and all necessary and appropriate actions pursuant to this User Agreement and/or Applicable Laws and Regulations. If your account is terminated, we will return your funds, less the value of any trading fee discounts, rebates, and/or damages that we are entitled to pursuant to this User Agreement. If your account is no longer subject to an investigation, court order, or subpoena, you authorize us to return your funds (less any trading fee discounts, rebates, and/or damages to which we are entitled) to any bank account linked to your account, unless otherwise required by law. If there is a Digital Asset balance remaining in your account, you agree to provide us with a Digital Asset address within seven calendar days upon receiving Written Notice, so that we can return the remaining Digital Assets to you. If you fail to do so, you hereby agree that we are permitted to sell any remaining Digital Assets on the open market at a price within 5% of the Prevailing Market Price and return the proceeds (less any trading fee discounts, rebates, and/or damages to which we are entitled) to any bank account linked to your account.
Legal Process You agree and understand that we, as well as our affiliates, service providers, their respective officers, directors, agents, joint venturers, employees and representatives (collectively, the “Gemini Service Providers”), may comply with any writ of attachment, execution, garnishment, tax levy, restraining order, subpoena, warrant or other legal process, which any of us reasonably and in good faith believe to be valid. We and any Gemini Service Provider may, but are not required to, notify you of such process by electronic communication. We and any Gemini Service Provider may charge you for associated costs, in addition to any legal process fees. You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold all of us harmless from all actions, claims, liabilities, losses, costs, attorney’s fees, or damages associated with our compliance with any process that any of us reasonably believe in good faith to be valid. You further agree that we and any Gemini Service Provider may honor any legal process, regardless of the method or location of service.
Right of Offset You agree and understand that we have the right to offset: (i) negative balances in your Fiat Account by selling the necessary amount of Digital Assets in your Digital Asset Account on the open market at a price within 5% of the Prevailing Market Price to offset such negative balances; (ii) negative balances in your Digital Asset Account by buying the necessary amount of Digital Assets at the Prevailing Market Price to offset such negative balances with the fiat currency in your Fiat Account; and (iii) any and all debts owed to Gemini through the offset of balances of your account or any Related Account.
Unclaimed Funds If your account remains closed or dormant for a long enough period of time, we may be required, upon the passage of applicable time periods, to report any remaining funds in your account as unclaimed property in accordance with abandoned property and escheat laws. If this occurs, we will use reasonable efforts to give Written Notice. If you fail to respond to any such Written Notice within seven Business Days (as defined herein) or as otherwise required by law, we may be required to deliver any such funds to New York State as unclaimed property. We reserve the right to deduct an administrative fee resulting from such unclaimed funds, as permitted by Applicable Law and Regulations.
BSA/AML Compliance Our BSA/AML Program is guided by the BSA, specifically, the AML and Counter-Terrorist Financing (“CTF”) provisions, as mandated by U.S. federal law, the Patriot Act, and all other rules and regulations regarding AML and CTF. These standards are designed to prevent the use of Gemini for money laundering or terrorist financing activities. We take compliance very seriously and it is our policy to take all the necessary steps to prohibit fraudulent transactions, report suspicious activities, and actively engage in the prevention of money laundering and any related acts that facilitate money laundering, terrorist financing, or any other financial crimes.
Patriot Act Notification Please also note that Section 326 of the USA PATRIOT ACT requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. This federal requirement applies to all new users. This information is used to assist the United States government in the fight against the funding of terrorism and money-laundering activities.
What this means to you: when each person opens an account on Gemini, we will ask each person for his or her name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify him or her.
Background Checks In furtherance of our BSA/AML Program, we reserve the right to require you to provide us with additional information and/or require you to undergo a background check prior to being authorized to use Gemini, or at any point thereafter, in accordance with Applicable Laws and Regulations.
Source of Funds You agree, represent, and warrant that all funds in your account, or funds exchanged or to be exchanged by you in the future on Gemini, are not the direct or indirect proceeds of any criminal or fraudulent activity.
You are not allowed to receive funds in your account from a sender other than yourself. Any funds you receive from a sender other than yourself will be considered unauthorized. We reserve the right to investigate the source of any funds in your account and determine, in our sole discretion, how to handle their disposition. Following our review of any funds in question and the circumstances by which you received them, we may determine that you are not the owner of such funds. If such a determination is made, we reserve the right to dispose of these funds in accordance with Applicable Laws and Regulations and in our sole discretion, which may include, returning them to the destination of their origin or to a charity of our choosing.
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EU-US Privacy Shield Framework & Personal Story

I have a story to share.
Friend of mine wanted to send a request to a US company to delete his personal data and asked me for some help (I'll share all the details below).
Enter the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework and the GDPR.
While the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework is old news (2016), I still wanted to share it.
GDPR vs Privacy Shield:
In short, Privacy Shield allows US companies, or EU companies working with US companies, to meet this requirement of the GDPR.
Apparently, this Framework has been pushed by the EU to replace the old International Safe Harbor Framework, back in 2016.
In a nutshell:
The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework was designed by the U.S. Department of Commerce and European Commission to provide companies on both sides of the Atlantic with a mechanism to comply with EU data protection requirements when transferring personal data from the European Union to the United States in support of transatlantic commerce.
Further reading:
https://www.fieldfisher.com/en/services/privacy-security-and-information/privacy-security-and-information-law-blog/the-privacy-shield-is-it-any-good-then
GDPR:
For the most part, we all know that GDPR doesn't quite work in real life. You get this cookie consent and opt-in options and, in most cases, if you don't agree, you can't read the content of a page. Or if you sign up for any services you are "forced" or "tricked" to accept all that the company throws at it.
Back to my friend's story.
Since I want to preserve my friend's privacy, I can't get much into details, but I'll try to be as specific as much as I can.
A friend of mine works for a company as a Social Media Manager.
One of the Social Networks platforms (or should I say publisher) banned them across the entire platform. First, it was shadow banning for years, personal accounts ban, asking for personal IDs, and finally boom - a permanent ban.
The reason behind the ban was pure censorship, nothing less nothing more. However, their official statement was - spam.
Censorship, nothing new right?
Well, this is where it gets tricky and extremely suspicion.
This Social Media Platform exposed publicly the country (non-US) where this account was managed from.
The funny thing is, managing this account was done remotely from the get-go.
Connecting to a remote PC based in US with an IP address located in US, using a real social media profile (real individual from US).
So how come they exposed the Geo specific data? That didn't make any sense.
I asked my friend all sorts of questions. Brainstorming and trying to find out if there was a loophole that might have exposed his personal IPs.
Crickets. Not a single clue. Trust me, I tried to think of anything under the sun.
And then it hits me, so I asked my friend:
Me: Are you using any third-party apps to schedule posts?
Friend: Yes, we do - the tool we use is called Sprout Social!
So, I head over to their page, open the privacy policy page, and right off the bat these are few points that got my attention:
"To Whom We May Share Your Information"
  1. To our affiliates, service providers and partners who provide data processing services to us.
  2. To resellers, in a limited number of countries and only where permitted by applicable law. We may provide contact information of customers / potential customers to such reseller to market our Service.
  3. When you request or direct us to share information, such as when you choose to share information with a social network or other third party platform about your activities on the Service, which may require you to accept such third party’s terms of use or privacy policy.
  4. However, we will normally collect personal data from you only where we have your consent to do so.
This is where you are forced to give that GDPR consent, like it or not.
You want to use their services? There's no way around it.
While reading their privacy policy the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework pops up:
Sprout Social is responsible for the processing of personal data it receives, under each Privacy Shield Framework, and subsequently transfers to a third party acting as an agent on its behalf.
This is where I start to dig into the Privacy Shield Framework, the GDPR how to ask for a company to delete my data and all the "good stuff".
In the online world this is called the 'right to be forgotten'(Article 17).
If you want to learn more check this part "When does the right to be forgotten apply?" here's a link:
https://gdpr.eu/right-to-be-forgotten/
Basically, you can withdraw your consent BUT it's not as simple as it appears.
Quote: "However, an organization’s right to process someone’s data might override their right to be forgotten"
Quote: "Furthermore, an organization can request a “reasonable fee” or deny a request to erase personal data if the organization can justify that the request was unfounded or excessive."
If they say no, it gets even more annoying, and it's another privacy nightmare (your personal details right into the government system).
You need to go to your official Government to get an official paper to file a complaint.
Again, I'm not saying everything is bad, you can still use the 'right to be forgotten' option, and I suppose most of the small/medium online companies will comply and delete all your data.
Nobody wants a lawsuit.
But asks yourself this question:
With how many third parties they have already shared your date?
Good luck deleting that data.
So, what happened in my friend's case.
The problem my friend was facing, is that even he's into the EEA (European Economic Area) and protected by this Framework, he has been using his boss account to login to this service.
And that's a common setup for most of the companies - you are given the admin account access (in this case created in US), the consent is given by your boss or manager, not by you.
That's legal and most of the services allow shared accounts.
Bottom line, while my friend didn't log into Social media with his personal profile (ever), this tool has been proactively collecting IP logs of the company's shared account and provided that data to this Social Media Platform.
On top of that, they come up with the lamest excuse that this account was managed from "this specific" country for the purpose of doing spam.
So let me get this straight - Scheduling blog posts while using an app from your VA is a spam?
My friend: "There hasn't been any spam, everything was according to their terms of service, they just didn't like what our company represents - freedom of speech."
I'm sorry that I can give specific names, but this was a pure censorship and a lame excuse to the media.
But the biggest issue here is - your privacy.
Let this be a lesson for all you and:
  1. Why privacy matters
  2. How companies share your personal information
  3. Things you might not have considered in your privacy setup
  4. Why it's super important to read the privacy policy of a website or service you are using
  5. Brainstorm different scenarios
If you have any suggestion or similar experience you want to share, that would be great.
If not, thanks for reading and sorry for the long post, I just wanted to put this out there.
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The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) began using smart robots to sterilize hospitals and health centers affiliated with it, in conjunction with the full return to provide all diagnostic and treatment services to patients.

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) began using smart robots to sterilize hospitals and health centers affiliated with it, in conjunction with the full return to provide all diagnostic and treatment services to patients. submitted by UAEVOICE_EN to COVID [link] [comments]

St John Ambulance is the name of a number of affiliated organisations in different countries which teach and provide first aid and emergency medical services, and are primarily staffed by volunteers.

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Operate in a more streamlined and organized manner! At World Affiliates, we provide BPO services to help organizations reduce staff and infrastructure expenditure. Get in touch with us to find out more about our BPO services. https://world-affiliates.com/

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Nvidia has added Telemetry to their Windows drivers, has the same been done to the Linux drivers?

It has recently come to light on various other subreddits that Nvidia has expanded the telemetry in their drivers on Windows, which includes personal information that may be given or sold to 3rd parties. This justifiably has people quite up-in-arms.
Can anyone confirm if the Linux drivers have had the same treatment?
Here is a link to the original story.
And here are the various subreddits discussing it:
Here's a good summary of the situation from CompEngMythBuster over at /technology:
u/keeif posted the relevant section of the Nvidia privacy policy in the Nvidia thread. http://www.nvidia.com/object/privacy_policy.html
When you use our Services, we may collect "Personal information," which is any information that can be used to identify a particular individual which can include traditional identifiers such as name, address, e-mail address, telephone number and non-traditional identifiers such as unique device identifiers and Internet Protocol (IP) addresses....
We may from time to time share your Personal Information with our business partners, resellers, affiliates, service providers, consulting partners and others in order to provide our Services to you.
We also permit third party online advertising networks and social media companies to collect information about your use of our website over time so that they may play or display ads that may be relevant to your interests ...
We may combine personal information that we collect about you with the browsing and tracking information collected by these technologies. We or the online advertising networks use this information to make the advertisements you see online more relevant to your interests.
TL;DR: Nvidia may collect your name, address, email, phone number, IP address, and non traditional identifiers and share this information with business partners, resellers, affiliates, service providers, consulting partners, and others. This information is combined with typical browsing and cookie data and used by Nvidia itself or advertising networks.
Edit: Check out the link posted by u/Frypolar http://www.reddit.com/pcmasterrace/comments/4qt8pf/geforce_experience_sends_a_detailed_log_of_you. CanardPC Hardware discovered that as of driver 368.25, Nvidia was collecting your information and transmitting it (without encryption) if you had Geforce Experience installed. It looks like there have been some changes since then, now all users have the NvTmMon process, and if you are using Geforce Experience 3 Nvidia has your email address or facebook account in addition.
According to the article
a detailed description of your hardware is sent a few minutes later to gfe.nvidia.com/getsugar. This description includes: brand and model of your motherboard, serial number, BIOS version, information regarding USB drives currently plugged, RAM capacity, GPU frequency, etc....
GeForce Experience will communicate the software you use (not only games), when you use it, for how long...
record where you click on the various utilities provided and how long you stay on each page. Almost 100Ko of information, along with Google trackers, are sent to Nvidia.
This is clearly a breach of your privacy. Nvidia's privacy policy does not mention these activities in the French version, only in the English one.
Information about Google Trackers: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/creating-trackers(https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/creating-trackers)
When creating a new tracker, you must specify a tracking ID
If a cookie exists containing a client ID value, that client ID is set on the tracker, and the user is identified as returning.
It looks like if you are using GFE3, software usage and browsing and cookie data will be tied to your identity. u/sfsdfd suggests how Nvidia could use this information.
(1) Identifying what games you play and what hardware you use, and then positioning themselves as the advertising middle-man for targeted ads inserted into the GeForce experience. They might be planning an F2P ad-sponsored gaming platform, which they can sell to both game developers ("you have an ARPG; we can deliver 100,000 players who regularly play those games") or for advertisers ("we can insert your ad into the games of 100,000 players").
(2) Monitoring your activities in great detail, selling that information outright to game developers ("we can give you extremely detailed information, even including Facebook data, about the types of people who play the game you're offering or planning to develop").
(3) Monitoring user data, and then using that data as competitive leverage ("collectively, GeForce 1080 users spent 1,000,000 hours on your game last month - if you want your future games to be well-positioned for our user base, you'll incorporate Nvidia-specific marketing or technical features and refrain from supporting AMD...")
TL;DR2: Nvidia is sending more than just crashes and error reporting.
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Antedea Corporation OÜ Provide Affiliate Marketing Services in Estonia

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Antedea provide one of the best affiliate marketing services for grow your business in Estonia.
Visit: https://antedea.net/affiliate-marketing/
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Since Themeforest/Codecanyon is getting worse with some new rules, please post some good alternative markets to sell themes/plugins. Thanks.

New Envato rules here: http://inside.envato.com/usa-tax-withdrawal-changes/
Unhappy authors discussion here: https://forums.envato.com/t/important-changes-for-non-us-authors-affiliates-service-providers/12387/542
What are our best alternatives?
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AZ Central Privacy Policy Changed

I know that a lot of the user base on Reddit is privacy focused, so I thought folks might be interested in seeing the new notice that AZCentral has been putting up on their website.
Relevant information for anyone who ever reads any articles on AZCentral ever:
What’s new in the updated Privacy Notice?
Most importantly, we inform you that we may use the information that we collect while you are using our Website or Apps (collectively, “Services”), and we may authorize our affiliates and service providers to use such information, to mail or email promotional offers directly to you, even if you have not specifically informed us that you would like to receive such promotional offers. However, we do provide information on how to contact us to ask us to stop the collection, storage or use of your information.
Other important changes are listed below.
1.Our Privacy Notice now applies to all of our Services whether you access them through a computer, tablet, smartphone or other device.
2.We may use and share information that you provide, or that we collect and store, including emails and other personal information.
Use: We may email or mail you communications, including promotional messages, using the contact information we collect while you are using the Services. Sharing: We may share information we collect and store while you are using the Services or other sites with affiliates, service providers, and third party advertising service providers for their own use, including advertising and sending promotional messages. 3.In connection with ad serving and ad targeting on our Services, we notify you that in some cases, device identifying information could be used to identify you personally.
We provide additional information on how to contact us to ask us or others to stop the collection, storage or use of your information. We also note that you can stop all collection of information from our Apps by uninstalling the Apps. If you have any questions about this Privacy Notice, our privacy practices, or your dealings with us, please contact:
Andrea Shandell
Online Privacy Coordinator
Gannett Law Department
7950 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, VA 22107
Here's the link to the policy: http://static.azcentral.com/privacy/
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2local.io offers a marketplace, where users can search🔎 for companies affiliated with 2local using filters, such as the distance to a postal code and the type of product or service that is provided. This unique search option brings consumers closer🤝 to companies that sell sustainably and locally.

2local.io offers a marketplace, where users can search🔎 for companies affiliated with 2local using filters, such as the distance to a postal code and the type of product or service that is provided. This unique search option brings consumers closer🤝 to companies that sell sustainably and locally. submitted by Crenzi to 2local_1 [link] [comments]

Bitstamp has blocked all its russian customers for no reason!

Bitstamp has been informed that the Russian government is prohibiting access to Bitstamp’s website for all of our Russian customers. We deeply regret this inconvenience, and will attempt to resolve this situation as soon as possible. All Bitstamp accounts remain safe and secure. We have not been officially notified of the reason for this action, which we view as unjustified. We are not aware of any misuse of our services involving any Russian customer. Bitstamp poses no threat to the security of Russia or its economy. Bitstamp is a recognized leader in operating a safe, fully compliant exchange. We are attempting to contact officials in Russia to determine why they have taken this unfortunate action. We invite Bitstamp customers – and especially our Russian customers – to let us know if you learn anything more about this action, or have specific questions. We do not know much, but we will let you know what we lea rn, as we learn it. Please contact us at [email protected] We suspect that the ban is related to legislation pending in the Duma of the Russian Federation. For more background, see: http://www.coindesk.com/bill-bitcoin-ban-russian-legislature/ The proposed legislation would broadly ban the domestic use of BTC, and appears to criminalize use of an international exchange such as Bitstamp. To ensure compliance with the new regulatory regime, protect affiliate service providers, and most importantly – protect our valued customers in Russia – Bitstamp has decided to temporarily block access to its website from Russian IP addresses until we can assess the situation with more clarity. Again, we regret this inconvenience, but we do not want to expose anyone to possible fines or criminal sanctions by the Russian state. Best regards, Bitstamp team
I am a bit surprised Bitstamp (with its Slovenia/UK jurisdiction) is so concerned about Russian laws, but it’s up to them, they may be paranoid. OK. But even so, their arguments are not valid. If Bitstamp is lost here I will try to clarify some things for them:
There is absolutely no reason to ban Russian customers from accessing the site. WTF Bitstamp? This looks really weird and unprofessional.
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Best Coupon WordPress Service Provider | Affiliate Website Development India

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Self - service marketing platform | AdsFlow is an advertising technology company. We provide a powerful self service marketing platform that enables individuals, brands, agencies and affiliate networks to run, track and manage their performance marketing campaigns with ease.

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Need suggestions on affiliate-capable payment providers for low cost/subscription service

Hello fellow Entrepreneur's!
While not a new entrepreneur, I'm am new to the affiliate model payment processing scene, specifically, ones with low price-per-transaction / subscription-based offerings. When I mention affiliate model, I'm referring to a model where somebody else can sell my product/service in exchange for a $$ bounty.
I'm working on a start-up now that will have roughly a $5/month charge and I'm building an affiliate model around it. My concern is that many affiliate providers have a cost structure that is flat rate + %. This cost structure works for bigger ticket items (eg, $50 - $100), but absolutely does not work for smaller ticket items.
For example:
Right now I can process a $5 payment for roughly $0.15. This gives me a 97% NET transaction return.
If I were to add in (for example) Clickbank.com's affiliate model, the charge then becomes $1 + 7.5%. This provides a 74% NET transaction return.
As you can see, the cost difference on the financial transaction between 97% and 74% is staggering.
So with that in mind, would anybody know of any good affiliate capable payment providers that meet the following criteria:
I very much appreciate any suggestions/help you can provide!
Thanks :)
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Bitstamp blocks all russian customers by ip.

Here is what I recieved from them
Dear prudgin, Bitstamp has been informed that the Russian government is prohibiting access to Bitstamp's website for all of our Russian customers. We deeply regret this inconvenience, and will attempt to resolve this situation as soon as possible. All Bitstamp accounts remain safe and secure. We have not been officially notified of the reason for this action, which we view as unjustified. We are not aware of any misuse of our services involving any Russian customer. Bitstamp poses no threat to the security of Russia or its economy. Bitstamp is a recognized leader in operating a safe, fully compliant exchange. We are attempting to contact officials in Russia to determine why they have taken this unfortunate action. We invite Bitstamp customers - and especially our Russian customers - to let us know if you learn anything more about this action, or have specific questions. We do not know much, but we will let you know what we lea rn, as we learn it. Please contact us at [email protected] We suspect that the ban is related to legislation pending in the Duma of the Russian Federation. For more background, see: http://www.coindesk.com/bill-bitcoin-ban-russian-legislature/ The proposed legislation would broadly ban the domestic use of BTC, and appears to criminalize use of an international exchange such as Bitstamp. To ensure compliance with the new regulatory regime, protect affiliate service providers, and most importantly - protect our valued customers in Russia - Bitstamp has decided to temporarily block access to its website from Russian IP addresses until we can assess the situation with more clarity. Again, we regret this inconvenience, but we do not want to expose anyone to possible fines or criminal sanctions by the Russian state. Best regards, Bitstamp team
The thing is that the Russian government is NOT prohibiting access to Bitstamp's website for anybody. bitstamp.net is not in the list of sites being blocked, you can search here http://eais.rkn.gov.ru/en/
Right now Bitstamp is blocking access all by itself for all Russian customers, though it is not blocked by Russian government and there is no law prohibiting use of bitcoin in Russia. There are news that some prohibiting laws are coming, but for now using bitcoin in Russia is NOT prohibited.
Instead of warning customers and letting them flee safely with their funds from the exchange Bitstamp has blocked all customers funds by its own initiative.
Tor is not helping, but anonymizing browser plugins help to get in, so get your money out and never come back to that shitty exchange.
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Need suggestions on affiliate-capable payment providers for low cost/subscription service

Hello fellow SmallBusiness owners!
While not a new entrepreneur, I'm am new to the affiliate model payment processing scene, specifically, ones with low price-per-transaction / subscription-based offerings. When I mention affiliate model, I'm referring to a model where somebody else can sell my product/service in exchange for a $$ bounty.
I'm working on a start-up now that will have roughly a $5/month charge and I'm building an affiliate model around it. My concern is that many affiliate providers have a cost structure that is flat rate + %. This cost structure works for bigger ticket items (eg, $50 - $100), but absolutely does not work for smaller ticket items.
For example:
Right now I can process a $5 payment for roughly $0.15. This gives me a 97% NET transaction return.
If I were to add in (for example) Clickbank.com's affiliate model, the charge then becomes $1 + 7.5%. This provides a 74% NET transaction return.
As you can see, the cost difference on the financial transaction between 97% and 74% is staggering.
So with that in mind, would anybody know of any good affiliate capable payment providers that meet the following criteria:
I very much appreciate any suggestions/help you can provide!
Thanks :)
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BEST AFFILIATE MARKETING SERVICES PROVIDER AGENCY

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Need suggestions on affiliate-capable payment providers for low cost/subscription service

Hello fellow Marketing folk!
While not a new entrepreneur, I'm am new to the affiliate model payment processing scene, specifically, ones with low price-per-transaction / subscription-based offerings. When I mention affiliate model, I'm referring to a model where somebody else can sell my product/service in exchange for a $$ bounty.
I'm working on a start-up now that will have roughly a $5/month charge and I'm building an affiliate model around it. My concern is that many affiliate providers have a cost structure that is flat rate + %. This cost structure works for bigger ticket items (eg, $50 - $100), but absolutely does not work for smaller ticket items.
For example:
Right now I can process a $5 payment for roughly $0.15. This gives me a 97% NET transaction return.
If I were to add in (for example) Clickbank.com's affiliate model, the charge then becomes $1 + 7.5%. This provides a 74% NET transaction return.
As you can see, the cost difference on the financial transaction between 97% and 74% is staggering.
So with that in mind, would anybody know of any good affiliate capable payment providers that meet the following criteria:
I very much appreciate any suggestions/help you can provide!
Thanks :)
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Affiliating with service providers outside home country

Out of the blue, a marketer from Impact reached out to me asking if I would be interested in being an affiliate for an insurance company which only services the US market.
I'm based in Australia, and I write about personal finance with a view to becoming financially independent. About 65% of my visitors are Australian and 20% from the US, with the rest of the world making up the remainder. However if we were to consider only engaged readers, I'd say the overwhelming majority (like 99%) are Australian. My content naturally has a very strong home bias.
I'm very new to affiliate marketing, so this is way out of my comfort zone. Is there a way that I can properly promote this company given that most of my readers won't benefit from it? Or should I just give this opportunity a miss if I can't do it justice?
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Cox is the 3rd largest cable television provider in the US, and also owns about a dozen local affiliates. Anyone else but me think those stations will be the last ones to sign agreements with live streaming services like Vue?

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After formally prevailing in a lawsuit challenging state laws regulating abortion providers, a Planned Parenthood affiliate is ready to go forward with plans for a promised expansion of abortion services into Joplin. This is a big win! As of 2014, there were only 2 abortion providers in all of MO!

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Excited to announce our newest Affiliate Member - LALA World and their Arax Wallet. Their commitment to providing crypto services to many under-served areas of the world, in addition to their roots in India, is exciting for the future expansion of FIO and blockchain usability!

Excited to announce our newest Affiliate Member - LALA World and their Arax Wallet. Their commitment to providing crypto services to many under-served areas of the world, in addition to their roots in India, is exciting for the future expansion of FIO and blockchain usability! submitted by officialFIO to officialFIO [link] [comments]

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