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Senate Hears how Criminals Infiltrate Online Sales with Stolen or Fake Goods
Cybercrime
Senate Hears how Criminals Infiltrate Online Sales with Stolen or Fake Goods
2021-11-02 20:19:37
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON — While toy makers warn Christmas shoppers to beware counterfeit or stolen toys in online purchases, a Senate panel on Tuesday examined options for stopping them. The Senate Judiciary Committee also heard about how knockoff online sales are moving... Read More

Despite Pandemic, Kansas Sees Windfall in Tax Collections
State News
Despite Pandemic, Kansas Sees Windfall in Tax Collections
2020-08-04 20:11:52
by Dan McCue

TOPEKA, Kan. - As Congress continues to wrestle with how much it will give to states and cities in the next coronavirus relief package, the state of Kansas says it has seen a dramatic increase in its tax collections, partly... Read More

Online Sales Break Black Friday Record as Clicks Beat Queues
In The News
Online Sales Break Black Friday Record as Clicks Beat Queues

NEW YORK — Black Friday hit a record $7.4 billion in U.S. online sales as many shoppers spent the day clicking instead of lining up to buy. It was the second-biggest U.S. online sales day ever, behind 2018 Cyber Monday’s... Read More

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