Payments giants disable support for sites that promote hate or sell items glorifying white supremacists.
Apple isn't the first company to offer a way to pay without fishing out your wallet. Google Wallet and PayPal beat Apple to market by years. But if Apple Pay works well, it could change the way we shop. CNET's Sumi Das reports.
Payments firm says its service may not be used to support groups that promote "hate, violence or racial intolerance"
Apple has suspended support for Apple Pay on a handful of websites selling white-supremacy clothing and accessories, joining a cascade of technology companies currently cutting off hate groups online. Apple Pay no longer works on at...
Following recent events in Charlottesville, Va., Apple has disabled Apple Pay support for a number of websites selling apparel and other paraphernalia emblazoned with Nazi symbols and white nationalist imagery.