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Protecting Against Deep Fakes/Cheap Fakes

Photographs and video images manipulated by off-the-shelf or rudimentary editing apps are called “cheap fakes.” Editing apps can remove or modify objects in an image, make it seem the photo or video was captured somewhere other than where it occurred, allow for a “rebroadcast,” which is taking a picture of an existing picture, and change any or all of the metadata included in digital images such as the time, date, camera model, etc. Verifying the authenticity of digital photos and videos, already a societal problem in several democracies, is about to get worse in the U.S. where an e...

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February 2020
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U.S. General Purpose Brands Purchase Volume

Investments & Acquisitions—January 2020

Card Processors Market Capitalization

General Purpose Cards Issued in the U.S. 2019 vs. 2018

Shares of Purchase Volume on U.S. General Purpose Cards 2019

Credit Card Outstandings—U.S. 2019 vs. 2018

General Purpose Credit Cards Issued in the U.S.

Purchase Transactions on Mastercard & Visa Credit & Debit Cards

Cards in Circulation Visa vs. Mastercard

Visa and Mastercard—U.S. Debit & Prepaid Cards

Visa and Mastercard—U.S. Credit, Debit, & Prepaid Cards