PayPal new ‘misinformation’ policy for Nov 3, 2022

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PayPal new policy for Nov 3, 2022

  • PayPal Acceptable Use Policy | Effective 3 November 2022
    • You may not use PayPal’s services for activities that:
    • …. in PayPal’s sole discretion …. promote misinformation

Australia PayPal Policy Updates – Notice of Amendment(s) to the Australia PayPal Agreement(s) Issued: 26 September, 2022

  1. Amendments to the PayPal User Agreement | Effective 3 November 2022:
    • We are clarifying that PayPal may be required to place limitations on your account and/or withhold on certain gross payments received if you do not provide required tax-related information. User Agreement
  2. Amendments to the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy | Effective 3 November 2022:
    1. We are expanding the existing list of prohibited activities to include the sending, posting, or publication of messages, content, or materials that meet certain criteria. Acceptable Use Policy
  3. Amendment(s) to the PayPal Refunded Returns Service General Conditions of Use | Effective 26 November 2022:
    • We are discontinuing PayPal’s Refunded Returns Service for all Australian PayPal users. This means you will not be able to use the Refunded Return Service including lodging any new refund claims from the above effective date. Find out more about the discontinuation of Refunded Returns Service. Refunded Returns Service General Conditions of Use

See also: USA PayPal Policy Updates – Notice of Amendment(s) to the United States PayPal Agreement(s) Issued: September 26, 2022, and their USA October Update ( “U.S. PayPal accounts will not be able to send personal transactions to business accounts outside the U.S. starting October 31, 2022.”)

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PayPal’s Unholy Alliance With ADL Opens the Door to a Massive Security Breach ()

  • PayPal announced a major new partnership with the Anti-Defamation League to investigate the financial transactions of its users (Press Release: PayPal Partners with ADL to Fight Extremism and Protect Marginalized Communities)
    • PayPal suddenly announcing a major collaboration with the ADL would be worrisome enough if the ADL were a neutral organization. But the ADL is anything but. An analysis of the historical record reveals that the ADL has a long history of using underhanded and even illegal tactics against its enemies, including full-blown espionage, theft, and surveillance. Furthermore, much of the ADL’s work, whether legitimate or illegitimate, is done on behalf of a foreign power.
      • ADL is led by former Obama Administration apparatchik Jonathan Greenblatt. Before his stint with Obama, Greenblatt was literally a bottled water salesman, who hit on the genius idea that you could sell bottled water for $2 a bottle as long as five cents of the purchase price went to fund charity programs in Africa […]
      • The 2021 ADL in a nutshell: Claiming to support “free speech” while relentlessly fighting for a world where powerful corporations collude to prevent the “wrong” ideas from appearing on social media, and banning “badthinking” people from creating their own independent websites. But the list of misdeeds of the crooked ADL doesn’t stop there. The ADL doesn’t just believe in making sure that it can say whatever it wants while its foes are silenced. It also believes in making sure the right to dox is reserved exclusively to itself and its allies. Last January, the ADL published an article explaining that “Doxing Should Be Illegal,” but “Reporting Extremists Should Not.”
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