In a statement Monday, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said it issued cease and desist order on September 12 against Instant Pera, QuickPera, Lendmo Philippines, Binixo, CashBus, Cashcat, Cashuttle, Crazy Loan, Flash Cash, Happy2Peso, Hatulong, MeLoan, MoneyTree Quick Loan, Pera Express, Pera4u, Peramart, PesoLending, QuickPeso and Umbrella.
Brainstorming with @Thib how the account migration feature could be safeguarded against someone who's unrightfully gained access to your account, like with those people who didn't have 2FA on and re-used passwords.
Since attackers usually just try e-mail/password combinations from data dumps, they may not actually have access to the e-mail inbox, so requiring an e-mail confirmation for such an action (as well as account deletion) would probably be a good step.
@yahananxie Aftershock #1
Major threat against all SIM cards, please read carefully.
Europeans are forward thinking. Look at "Gmail", it took Google years and millions of dollars before the EU owner agreed to transfer it to Google.
RT @phryk: "emoji® is a registered trademark in the EU. © 2015-2019 emoji company GmbH. All rights reserved. Licensed by Boost Collectibles AG."
The fuuuuuuuuuuuuck!? :blobugh:
"The pilot registration, covering select groups only, starts in September 2019 to test the registration process and systems. The PSA will issue a subsequent public advisory once the process and systems are ready for mass registration."
As I originally understood it but those "unofficial" pages and sites are spreading #fakenews hence the confusion.
Google's #YouTube algorithm is faulty. Deleted two playlists I worked hard for and flagged my account. When I checked the link they provided, none listed qualified as the rule I supposedly violated.
Contested it and it is still pending. They're quick to delete and flag but snail slow in reviewing it.
Why people should leave #Facebook Below is one of many reasons listed.
According to a December 2018 report by The Guardian,Brooke Binkowski, former managing editor for Snopes, stated that "it appeared that Facebook was pushing reporters to prioritize debunking misinformation that affected Facebook advertisers."
At that point, "You're not doing journalism any more. You're doing propaganda," Binkowski told The Guardian.
Interesting. The parts of the surviving house were made by Filipinos in the #Philippines under a Japanese company. According to the company, it's the only factory they have where the materials came from. (I think what he meant was, the science and technology they used are only made here.) Then they export it to Japan.
Generalistic Mastodon instance for open-minded people. Instance Mastodon généraliste pour personnes ouvertes d'esprit.