CNN: Google and Amazon say they have removed gun-related shopping results that shouldn’t have been there at all

CNN: Google and Amazon say they have removed gun-related shopping results that shouldn’t have been there at all. “Days after a pair of deadly mass shootings that killed more than 30 people, Google and Amazon acknowledged Tuesday that their shopping platforms had recently hosted offers for firearms-related products in violation of their own company policies.”

CBR Online: Card Details Stolen from 962 Websites in 24-Hours Magecart Spree

CBR Online: Card Details Stolen from 962 Websites in 24-Hours Magecart Spree . “A massive 962 online shops have had their customers’ card details stolen in just 24 hours, in the largest Magecart-style automated card skimming card campaign identified to date. That’s according to Amsterdam-based eommerce fraud protection specialist Sanguine Security Labs, which identified the attacks today.”

Neowin: UK calls out Facebook and eBay on fake reviews through their platforms

Neowin: UK calls out Facebook and eBay on fake reviews through their platforms. “It’s not at all surprising to learn that fake reviews have long found refuge online, thanks in part to loose monitoring by some of the big internet companies. Today, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has urged Facebook and eBay, two of the world’s largest online brands, to purge their platforms of fake reviews.”

Lifehacker: Find Out an Item You’re Shopping For is Available at Goodwill With This Extension

Lifehacker: Find Out an Item You’re Shopping For is Available at Goodwill With This Extension. “Sometimes you want to own a new item rather than a used one. However, there are a number of things out there where the used version is just as good as buying a new one. Goodwill Shopping is a Chrome extension that helps you find them.”

Popular Mechanics: Left to Their Own Devices, Pricing Algorithms Resort to Collusion

Popular Mechanics: Left to Their Own Devices, Pricing Algorithms Resort to Collusion. “When you’re browsing online, who sets the prices? An algorithm, most likely. A study from 2015 showed that a third of all items on Amazon had prices set by an algorithm, and chances are that percentage has only risen. A new study shows how easy it would be for price-setting algorithms to learn to collude with each other and keep prices at a disadvantage for customers.”