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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is gearing up to place the same type of stringent protections it places on credit card companies on the "Buy Now, Pay Later" (BNPL) industry, following the release of a recent study on the practice. Officials said their findings revealed an exploding industry that not only had few consumer guardrails and helped normalize debt, but had also begun data harvesting and monetization efforts with little oversight.
“Buy Now, Pay Later is a rapidly growing type of loan that serves as a close substitute for credit cards,” CFPB Director Rohit Chopra said last Thursday. “We will be working to ensure that borrowers have similar protections, regardless of whether they use a credit card or a Buy Now, Pay Later loan.”
Buy Now, Pay Later is an interest-free payment option that predominantly helps pay for online goods and services.
The option grew substantially during the pandemic, with Affirm, Afterpay, Klarna, PayPal and Zip originating 180 million Buy Now, Pay Later loans totaling more than $24 billion just last year.
A study into the Buy Now, Pay Later industry revealed that consumer protections are lax and lenders often use data harvesting to build a database of valuable personal information.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is establishing rules and guidelines to protect consumers from potential hazards like rampant data collection.
Buy Now, Pay Later is a Booming Industry
With such a huge focus placed on online retail in recent years, some companies and lenders began pushing their BNPL products. Whether called "pay-in-four," "split pay," or BNPL, the concept is the same — these were interest-free point of sale installment loans that let consumers pay for purchases over time. In most instances, down payment is required with plans typically capped around $1,000. Any late or missing payments would result in an additional charge.
According to the CFPB report, BNPL grew so quickly in popularity that the top five lenders, Affirm, Afterpay, Klarna, PayPal and Zip, were responsible for 180 million loan originations totaling $24.2 billion in 2021. Those figures dwarfed data from 2019, which saw those same lenders originating 16.8 million loans valued at $2 billion in 2019.
Consumers Face Some Risk with Buy Now, Pay Later
While the lack of interest payments and staggered repayment plans may be attractive to most consumers, CFPB researchers found that BNPL loans were associated with some potentially harmful risks.
Lack of standardized consumer protections. Chief among the CFPB's concerns is the apparent lack of consistent oversight and consumer protections. Since lenders are operating outside the bounds of credit card regulation, some consumers could find themselves vulnerable to things like a "lack of standardized cost-of-credit disclosures, minimal dispute resolution rights, a forced opt-in to autopay, and companies that assess multiple late fees on the same missed payment."
Younger access to debt. Researchers found that among the top five lenders' users, the average borrower that sought to use BNPL tended to be on the younger side. According to the data, younger Millennials (25-33 years old) were the biggest cohort, with older millennials (34-40 years old) and Gen Z (18-24 year olds) taking up the second and third spot.
Normalizes debt. By getting younger people in debt sooner, it runs the risk of normalizing debt accrual without proper management. The ease of obtaining a BNPL loan is highlighted by the fact that loan approval ratings rose from 69% in 2020 to 73% in 2021 and that the prevalence of late fees went up from 7.8% to 10.5% in that same time.
Lenders have begun shifting to collecting and selling user data. Even though BNPL plans have grown in popularity, researchers found that the profit margins have begun shrinking, going from 1.27% in 2020 to 1.01% of the total amount of the originated loan. With returns on the decline, the CFPB said they learned some lenders were building a "valuable digital profile of each user’s shopping preferences and behavior" by shifting toward proprietary apps.
How the CFPB is Responding
Even though BNPL providers fall under the purview of some state and federal oversight, the CFPB is using its power over credit providers and "has authority to supervise any non-depository covered persons, such as a Buy Now, Pay Later provider, in certain circumstances."
To that end, the CFPB said it will begin identifying areas that it can provide guidance and establish rules to ensure BNPL lenders "adhere to many of the baseline protections that Congress has already established for credit cards" and will be subject to regular inspections. When it comes to the risk of borrowers taking out too much in BNPL loans, the bureau will look into how lenders can begin following accurate credit reporting practices. As for the data harvesting issue, the CFPB will find and call out the data collection practices that lenders should avoid.
Fri, 23 Sep 2022 07:50:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.investopedia.com/cfpb-study-outlines-need-for-buy-now-pay-later-rules-6741356Killexams : Rust programming language outlines plan for updates to style guide
The Rust programming language is getting so popular that the people behind it are creating a team that's dedicated to defining the default Rust coding style.
Rust, as developer analyst RedMonk puts it, is the "developer darling" of the moment and the most desirable contender for new code that would otherwise be written in C or C++, thanks to its automated way of ensuring secure memory management.
Rust is not one of the most popular languages, such as Java or Python, but it's being used by developers on big infrastructure projects. Rust has been officiallywelcomed by Linux kernel creator Linus Torvalds and has made inroads into Android, Windows, Amazon Web Services, and Facebook parent Meta, to name a few – often in cases where a project sees fit for Rust to be used where C/C++ would have been adopted instead.
Every programming language has style guides and, if they're popular enough, they might have multiple style guides from major users, such as Google, which has its guide for C++ – the language Chrome is written in. Python's Guido van Rossum has posted his styling conventions here.
Rust, which reached version 1.0 in 2015, has a style guide in the "rustfmt" or 'Rust formatting tool' published on GitHub. The tool automatically formats Rust code to let developers focus on output. It aims to reduce the steep learning curve confronting new Rust developers. The guide instructs developers to "Use spaces, not tabs" and says "each level of indentation must be 4 spaces", for example.
As Josh Triplett explains in a recent Rust blog post: "The standardized style helps Rust developers feel comfortable and at home in many different projects, and the tooling support from rustfmt makes it easy to maintain and to incorporate in continuous integration."
But the team responsible for writing the style guide between 2016 and 2018 has "by design" come to an end, so now it's now been decided to create the new Rust style team, consisting of Triplett, Caleb Cartwright, Michal Goulet, and Jane Lusby.
The crew will first tackle a "backlog of new language constructs that lack formatting guidance" and move on to "defining and implementing the mechanisms to evolve the default Rust style, and then begin introducing style improvements."
The work includes minor language changes, big structural changes, and backwards compatibility. Also, the style team wants to craft the tool to make it current for easier coding in Rust, and help adoption.
"As the Rust language develops, we have a regular need for improvements to the style guide, such as to support new language constructs. This includes minor language changes, as well as highly anticipated new features such as let-chaining (RFC 2497) and let-else (RFC 3137). New constructs like these, by default, get ignored and not formatted by rustfmt, and subsequently need formatting added. Some of this work has fallen to the rustfmt team in recent years, but the rustfmt team would prefer to implement style determinations made by another team rather than making such determinations itself," writes Triplett.
"In addition, rustfmt maintains backwards compatibility guarantees: code that has been correctly formatted with rustfmt won't get formatted differently with a future version of rustfmt. This avoids churn, and avoids creating CI failures when people use rustfmt to check style in CI. However, this also prevents evolving the Rust style to take community desires into account and Excellerate formatting over time. rustfmt provides various configuration options to change its default formatting, and many of those options represent changes that many people in the community would like enabled by default."
Fri, 07 Oct 2022 01:32:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.zdnet.com/article/rust-programming-language-outlines-plan-for-updates-to-style-guide/Killexams : Modern Warfare 2 trailer outlines PC features
Activision has released a trailer(opens in new tab) outlining the PC features of the upcoming Modern Warfare 2(opens in new tab), releasing on October 28. This game is not to be confused with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which was released on November 12, 2009.
It all looks pretty good, if to be expected for a AAA PC release in 2022. In between snippets of gameplay, the trailer promises features like 4k graphics and ultrawide support. The first one, ok, sure, everyone and their mother is doing 4k (or at least 4k reconstructions), but ultrawide isn't always a given, so it's nice to have the assurance from Activision.
The second big highlight of the trailer is "Ricochet Anti-Cheat," which I guess at least doesn't have the reputation of Denuvo(opens in new tab), as far as bullet point features go. Ricochet's been in use on Warzone and Vanguard for the past year, and it seems to work well enough. A quick perusal of the Warzone subreddit shows some players sporadically complaining about its implementation, but almost exclusively for it letting suspected cheaters slip through the cracks—I didn't see any performance or privacy dings against it.
The trailer concludes by highlighting "Over 500+ customization options." Going over the subsequent shots of MW2's graphics menus, there are some impressive options like custom frame rate limits and targets, image reconstruction tech like FidelityFX, and separate FOV sliders for vehicle, third person, and first person modes. All pretty granular stuff, and I definitely appreciate a good graphics menu.
Modern Warfare 2 also has some generous minimum system specs(opens in new tab): just a GTX 960 and a ten-year-old i5-3570 and you're good to go. Of course, the money you might save there would get eaten up by the series' constantly ballooning storage demands: previous configurations of Warzone have gotten dangerously close to 200GB.
Sat, 08 Oct 2022 19:47:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.pcgamer.com/modern-warfare-2-trailer-outlines-pc-features/Killexams : Best online coding courses 2022: Learn to code at home and kickstart a new career
When looking for the best online coding courses, it’s important to consider as many perspectives as possible. Some people seek coding classes as a way to work on side projects like games or websites, while others want to Excellerate their skills to help push their technical careers even further. In response to this wide-ranging demand, many options have sprung up to offer courses to online learners.
Some sites, like Codecademy, are designed specifically to teach coding using an interactive environment with instant feedback. Others offer video-based courses where students may not even complete homework unless they want to. (In the world of coding, you should definitely be doing the homework.)
Step one, be sure that you have one of the best laptops for coding and programming to deliver yourself the best shot at success. Step two, find a course that's suitable for you. So, what are students looking for when they seek out coding classes? Well, some may find that employers are seeking experience in specific languages or systems, like Java, Python, Linux, or Amazon Web Services.
The best online coding courses cover these and hundreds, if not thousands, of other specific and general technologies – from the introductory principles of computer science as a discipline to the exact way you upgrade your server farm to the latest version of one Cisco product. Fortunately for learners, this means almost anything is out there to find, and usually for a very reasonable price.
Some of the best online coding courses offer certifications or even degrees that you can add to your resume in order to begin applying for coding jobs or other advanced positions with technical requirements. In the courses where you work on a single project throughout, like your first website or Android application, you may finish the course with a tangible asset you can add to your design or coding portfolio – something that has enormous value in the job market.
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Standout courses:Python, SQL, Google IT Support, IBM Full Stack Cloud Developer
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Offers degrees and corporate credentials
Coursera is more of a platform than a specific course: the site offers thousands (!) of different courses, ranging from under an hour to full semesters of university study. Some of the site’s most popular offerings are specific to different companies like IBM, Google, Facebook, and Salesforce. These credentials can look great on your resume and help to open doors, not just to their specific companies but to any companies that work in coordination with them as well.
You can take courses in languages like Python, Java, and SQL as well as syllabus like cryptography and IT support. But there’s also much to be said for Coursera’s general, more “academic” offerings, which include fully online degrees in a bunch of different fields.
Price:Starts at $14.99
Standout courses:Python, AWS Certification, Web Development
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Easy to use
Udemy offers a huge variety of courses that are clearly organized into broader syllabus like development (including coding) and financial analysis. From there, different specific things, including languages like Python and SQL, are divided into many more individual courses at varying prices. One standout is AWS Certification, meaning a credential in the Amazon Web Services platform that underpins the majority of everything we do online.
freeCodeCamp is a donor-supported free website designed to teach coding skills in very specific areas. The site offers a fully interactive experience where you learn by doing, and the courses are detailed very clearly on the site, meaning there are no misunderstandings about what you’re signing up for.
You technically don’t even have to belong to the site to click through into the materials of the courses, although if you do, there are certifications to earn that you may find valuable to add to your resume. The site is refreshingly stripped down and straightforward, making it easy to use and without even a whiff of salesmanship.
Price:Starts at $14 a month
Free trial?:Some free classes
Standout courses:Python, principles of coding, C++, C#
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Easy to use
Descriptive course titles;
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More options for creatives than technical learning.
Skillshare has an emphasis on creative skills, with no specific category for programming, just “web development” – you have to hunt a bit to find some of the coding classes. (Web development includes some programming languages, but not all coding is web coding.) Skillshare emphasizes particular teachers as well, with some famous people and institutions contributing to their selection of courses.
The cost is also very fair at about $14 a month for Skillshare Premium if you pay for a year in advance. With a flat rate, you don’t have to worry about paying for a course you don’t jibe with.
Price:Starts at $19.99 per month
Free trial?:Some free courses
Standout courses:Ruby, Swift, GitHub, R
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Focus on coding
Codecademy boasts a more built-out teaching interface than some of the others on this list, offering an interactive environment where code is actually entered and validated in a realistic-looking text editor. That’s because Codecademy is targeted at coders, as the name suggests. Many of their basic courses are free, and Codecademy is often suggested to computer science students as a way to help support their skills.
The site’s premium membership covers some additional content, like career paths that involve full skill trees for jobs like software engineering. But the bulk of courses are free, and they include everything from broad-base coding basics as well as specialized languages like R (for statisticians).
6. MIT OpenCourseWare
Price:Free, supported by donations
Standout courses:Introduction to Computer Science and Programming in Python, Introduction to Algorithms
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MIT OpenCourseWare is a virtualization of the curricula of more than 2,000 real courses at the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). That means the classes work much more like traditional university classes in sequence and scope, starting with Introduction to Computer Science using Python as the teaching language. (If you want to skip ahead, just like in real life, you need the instructor’s permission.)
They also offer individual language classes including Java, C, C++, MATLAB, and more. This is a great option for someone familiar with how traditional higher education works and a desire for the structure provided by a course catalog. It’s also nice to have materials curated by one of the foremost technical universities in the world.
Price:Some courses free; premium is $99 per course
Standout courses:Artificial Intelligence with Python, Computer Science 101
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Tons of classes,
edX is a collaboration among over 100 universities who have put their materials online for courses have an interdisciplinary flair, pairing computing skills with jobs that may not seem students around the world. There are also corporate participants like IBM and some nonprofit contributors. Because of that, edX has a nice blend of traditional academia (“Introduction to Cloud Computing,” “Computer Science for Lawyers”) and specific career credentials.
The base courses are usually free, but if you pay $99 apiece, your work is graded and returned to you and you receive a certificate upon completion. One standout attribute is that edX has readily available courses in Spanish.
Price:Some courses free, others $100-$1,000+
Standout courses:Android Basics, iOS Developer, Agile Software Development
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If others on this list were formed by universities putting their heads together, Udacity is a resource built by industry to help train the kinds of people they want to hire. The site offers a variety of free courses on one-off syllabus like learning to add user inputs to Android apps, and some of these courses are combined in “nanodegrees” in, for example, Android development. Free courses also include introductory overviews like “What is programming?”
While the courses are divided into beginner, intermediate, and advanced, many of the nanodegrees stack into progressions from beginner onward. Users who build certain basic skills will find a variety of options available to them. There are also free advanced classes in specific technologies and general syllabus like algorithms.
Pluralsight is an industry-oriented site with a really nitty gritty level of focus in its course offerings. The syllabus are very specific, with highly rated courses like: Deploying Exchange 2016, Upgrading to SharePoint 2016, Automating Cisco Meraki. These courses seem designed for professional IT people like server administrators who are looking for the industry version of “searching YouTube for my specific problem.”
The site also offers interactive labs for those looking for something more experiential. Like Codecademy and others, the site is very focused on computer science skills instead of a broader educational scope. Pluralsight also offers “paths” to some common IT certifications that professionals and job seekers will find useful.
Price:$69.99 per month
Free trial?:Yes, 4 weeks
Standout courses:Advanced Microsoft Excel, Python, Data Analytics
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Small and manageable
Upskillist (formerly Shaw Academy) offers relatively brief overviews of some big coding and computer science topics. One major drawback is how few offerings there are – just 10 in the technology category, with a definite emphasis on the introductory end of things. With a four-week free trial, it’s very possible to front load a lot of content during that time and be ready to move on by the end of the trial.
Some courses are also partially or fully free, like the single module of Python or the first module of Computer Science. The courses are certified (for what it’s worth) by Austin Peay State University, a public university in Tennessee.
FedEx outlined plans to park planes, suspend some Sunday deliveries, and shut corporate offices after falling demand impacted its first-quarter profits and prompted the company to withdraw its forecast last week.
FedEx also said it plans to raise shipping rates by an average of 6.9% across most of its services starting in January to cope with the global slowdown. The average number of packages FedEx handled daily for the quarter fell 11% from a year ago. Fuel surcharges helped offset the lower package volume, however operating expenses weighed on profit margins.
The company reported that its earnings per share (EPS) fell 21% for the quarter. It blamed the rapidly deteriorating global economy. The company said it expects the steps it is taking will boost cost savings by between $2.2 billion and $2.7 billion in fiscal 2023.
FedEx (FDX) shares are down 3% in pre-market trading, and have lost 40% of their value so far this year.
Fri, 23 Sep 2022 02:35:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.investopedia.com/fedex-raises-package-rates-outlines-cost-cuts-6743216Killexams : LIG Nex1 outlines LAMD development plans
23 September 2022
by Jon Grevatt
LIG Nex1's low-altitude missile defence system, a model of which is shown above, has a range of 7 km. (Janes/Dae Young Kim)
South Korea's LIG Nex1 has disclosed plans to supply its low-altitude missile defence (LAMD) system to the Republic of Korea (RoK) Armed Forces by the end of the decade.
The company started development of the system earlier this year, and told Janes at the DX Korea 2022 exhibition in Goyang that the LAMD will undergo seven more years of work before it is ready for deployment.
“We have planned two years of engineering development, one year to prepare for full-scale development, and four more years of full-scale development,” said an LIG Nex1 official.
The company is developing the system in collaboration with the Agency for Defense Development (ADD).
The LAMD, which is based on the Haegung Korean Surface-to-Air Anti-Missile (K-SAAM) system developed for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN), underwent its first test in April. This featured a test-firing from the ADD's launch facility in Anheung.
Janes has earlier reported that the LAMD missile is fitted with an active radar seeker for terminal guidance. The missile is 165 mm in diameter and can intercept targets up to 7 km away and 5 km in altitude.
The launcher demonstrated at DX Korea 2022 had 16 containers in a 4×4 arrangement. It is expected that the launcher would also be mounted on a semitrailer.
South Korea's LIG Nex1 has disclosed plans to supply its low-altitude missile defence (LAMD) system ...
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