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<h2>24-10-2016: Alipay gains acceptance in US and Europe</h2>
<p>With Alipay being increasingly accepted in retail stores in US and Europe,
- European banks continue to loose market share to big technology
+ European banks continue to lose market share to big technology
providers.<br>
With GNU Taler, we could establish an open standard with a level
playing field preserving the independence of national economies
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<p><a class="btn btn-info" href="http://www.nfcworld.com/2016/10/24/347979/alipay-gains-acceptance-us-europe/?utm_content=buffer16d78&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer" role="button">Source</a></p>
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<h2>21-10-2016: Indian banks warn 3.2 million customers</h2>
<p>A major data breach of Indian banks forced these institutions to warn 3.2 million
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<h2>24-10-2016: ApplePay starts in France</h2>
- <p>With ApplePay starting in france, pressure on
+ <p>With ApplePay starting in France, pressure on
European banks increase as they are set to
- loose market share to big technology providers.<br>
+ lose market share to big technology providers.<br>
With GNU Taler, we could establish an open standard with a level
playing field preserving the independence of national economies
by establishing a commons that protects critical infrastructure
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<p><a class="btn btn-info" href="http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Apple-Pay-startet-in-Frankreich-3272412.html" role="button">Source</a></p>
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<h2>22-12-2015: Sicherheitsforscher hacken das EC-Bezahlsystem</h2>
<p>Security researchers found serious security flaws in the German &quot;electronic cash&quot; system