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More from Canadian Vending | Merchandising | Innovation | Events April 17, 2014
New federal law will protect personal information online
The Digital Privacy Act, introduced April 8 in Parliament, will provide new protections for Canadians when they surf the web and shop online. These changes to protect Canadians’ personal information are key elements of the federal government’s Digital Canada 150 plan.
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Microsoft ends free support for Windows XP
Windows XP users will no longer get security patches and other technical support from Microsoft, unless they’re part of an exclusive group of governments and businesses paying for “custom support.” Microsoft released its final official security patch for the 12-year-old operating system April 8 and is officially ending support for XP.
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Coffee futures drop 6% as Brazil rains may aid crops
Coffee futures dropped the most in more than three weeks as a forecast for showers boosted prospects for crops damaged by the worst drought in decades in Brazil, the world’s biggest grower and exporter.
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How vending machines are recognizing you
Food and drink vending machines are doing more than just doling out goods. The latest ones, like those on display at the National Automatic Merchandising Association OneShow last week, are entertaining us as well, reports the Chicago Tribune.
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Canadian firm debuts recyclable, single-use coffee pods
A Canadian company is launching what it says is the world’s first recyclable capsules for coffee and tea, targeting consumers who love the convenience of their single-serve java boost but hate how the plastic pods end up in the trash.
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