Seafile Drops PayPal After Refusing to Spy On Users

Seafile Drops PayPal After Refusing to Spy On Users

PayPal is one of the most commonly used online payment methods in the world. At the same time, this company can force merchants to monitor user behavior or risk being cut off from the payment network. As a result, the Seafile project decided to drop PayPal due to their invasive requests. Seafile & PayPal Split. Some people may have heard the name....


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