WASHINGTON — EBay attempted to raise the profile of its policing efforts against online crime Tuesday as legislation aimed at cracking down on organized retail crime and imposing new requirements on online auction sites faces consideration in Congress this year.
EBay, which claims to be a target of three legislative proposals containing tighter restrictions on online auction sites that have become a hub for selling stolen merchandise, held a Law Enforcement Training Day here touting its layered crime prevention approach and engaging with 200 law enforcement and federal agency officials.
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