These photos of seniors doing the bunny hop is just down right scary and I AM a senior! A group of naked Canadians are looking into a class action lawsuit against PayPal. The Federation of Canadian Naturists (FCN), aka Canadian nudists, claims that after four years of business, PayPal suddenly cut off services to them, no longer processing their magazine subscription payments.
PayPal excludes "sexually oriented Web sites" for the purchase of digital goods such as membership and subscription fees. Yet PayPal can be used by any Web site for the sale of sexually oriented goods, like DVDs or magazines that are delivered by hand to customers. Nothing worse than a gang of pissed off naked Canucks, I say.
Canadian Nudists To Paypal: Don't Cut Us Off, Eh!
1. Class Action Lawsuits Against Payment Processors - The sudden cutoff of services by PayPal to the Canadian nudists group has sparked interest in class action lawsuits against payment processors for discrimination.
2. Discrimination in Digital Payment Processing - The case of PayPal excluding services to Canadian nudists highlights the issue of discrimination in digital payment processing, creating opportunities for more inclusive and fair payment platforms.
3. Alternative Payment Solutions for Controversial Businesses - The incident with PayPal cutting services to the Canadian nudists group reveals the need for alternative payment solutions that cater to controversial businesses, presenting opportunities for disruptive innovation in the payment industry.
1. Payment Processing - The case of PayPal cutting off services to the Canadian nudists group emphasizes the need for more inclusive and non-discriminatory practices in the payment processing industry.
2. Fintech - The incident involving PayPal and the Canadian nudists group showcases the potential for innovation and disruption within the fintech industry to create more inclusive and diverse financial solutions.
3. Adult Entertainment - The discrimination faced by the Canadian nudists group in terms of payment processing highlights the opportunity for disruptive innovation in the adult entertainment industry to develop alternative and non-discriminatory payment solutions.