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Feedback on European Banking Authority Discussion Paper

In December 2015 the European Banking Authority (EBA) announced a consultation on RTS on strong customer authentication and secure communication under PSD2. The consultation states: “The revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) will mandate the EBA to deliver Regulatory Technical Standards on this topic, which the EBA is required to deliver by January 2017. Prior to […]
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Tokyo Web Payments Seminar Summary

A few days after W3C’s TPAC 2015 in Sapporo, nearly 70 people met in Tokyo on 2 November to discuss W3C’s Web Payments activities, with special consideration of the relevance to the Japanese payments ecosystem. Keio University hosted the event, attended by Rakuten, Yahoo Japan, NTT Data, ACCESS, DDS, ookami, NEC Corporation, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial […]
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Idea for a Web Payments Visual Identity

Today the Web Payments Interest Group published the first draft of Web Payments Use Cases 1.0. As we progress toward an architecture for payments well-integrated into to the Open Web Platform, I am thinking about a visual identity for Web Payments. Here is a draft idea: I hacked up the SVG by hand so it […]
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W3C Interview: Vision Mobile on the App Developer Economy with Matos Kapetanakis and Dimitris Michalakos

In February, VisionMobile published Developer Economics Q1 2014: State of the Developer Nation, which “presents the latest trends in app development, based on our survey of over 7,000 developers” from 127 countries. I spoke with Matos Kapetanakis (Marketing Manager) and Dimitris Michalakos (Web Technology Lead) about key findings from the survey, especially related to the […]
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Interview: Avaya on WebRTC and the BYOD Olympics with Brett Shockley

I recently spoke with Brett Shockley (Senior VP and CTO Avaya) about WebRTC, an emerging Web technology showing great disruptive potential. Brett has responsibility for corporate strategy, business development, Avaya Labs Research, and the Emerging Products and Technology division. IJ: What are the primary WebRTC use cases for Avaya? Brett: I would put them in […]
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Interview: Hachette on the Web and Digital Publishing with Pierre Danet

In June 2013 W3C launched a new Digital Publishing Activity so that experts in the digital publishing ecosystem can hold technical discussion, gather use cases and requirements, and bring electronic books and Web technologies closer together. I recently spoke with Pierre Danet, Senior Digital Technology Officer at Hachette about the trend. IJ: Let’s start with […]
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