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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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Digital Publishing Event in Bordeaux

The newly created European Digital Reading Laboratory (EDRLab) is organizing an EPUB Summit in Bordeaux, France, in April 2016. It will be an important moment of collaboration among various players of the Digital Publishing ecosystem, including the Readium Foundation, IDPF, experts and representatives of digital publishers, and also W3C. Relationships of Digital Publishing and the […]
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Supporting HTTPS and HSTS on w3.org

W3C servers at MIT. W3C advocates that the Web platform “actively prefer secure communication”. Thanks to recent work in the Web Application Security Working Group and supporting client implementations, and the deployment work of the W3C Systems Team, we are now able to provide HTTPS access to all W3C resources. All W3C documents, including Recommendations, […]
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Shaping the WCAG 2.0 extensions

A few months ago, we announced an an updated charter for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Working Group that allows the group to develop extensions to WCAG 2.0. Extensions will be separate guideline documents, to increase the amount of coverage on particular accessibility needs. The group set to work right away to establish the […]
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Job: China Business Development Lead & Marketing Coordinator

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is looking for a new, full-time staff member to be located at Beihang University in Beijing, where W3C has its China Host, to fill two roles: China Business Development Lead (CBDL) (60%) and a W3C Marketing Coordinator (40%). Responsibilities: In the role of China Business Development Lead (60%) the […]
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W3C will be at CES – will you?

As we reach the end of 2015 the W3C team is putting our plans in place for CES 2016 which is the week of 04 Jan 2016 in Las Vegas. We will be there with a Hospitality Suite in the Westgate Hotel and would love to meet with you to discuss how working with our […]
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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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From a world-wide web of pages to a world-wide web of things – interoperability for connected devices

W3C is seeking to unlock the potential of the Internet of Things and reduce its fragmentation. Jeff Jaffe (W3C CEO) will give a keynote at the Industry of Things World USA conference in San Diego on 25 February 2016. He will explain how W3C is focusing on simplifying application development through a platform of platforms […]
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An array of tools to ensure security and privacy of the Open Web Platform

As noted in “Better specifications for the sake of the Web” last month, W3C conducts wide reviews for an ever-increasing number of specifications; and Virginie and Richard provided some tips to make those reviews more effective. We’re pleased to add more tools, focused on privacy and security on the Web. Today, the Technical Architecture Group […]
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