The company behind the popular card game “Cards Against Humanity” has made its stance against Black Friday known for years, but they took things to a whole new level this year. The company, who in past years has given away boxes of feces and dug a hole in a random Illinois town as part of their promotional blitz around the holiday, is selling a breathtaking variety of items in what they’re calling a “99 percent off sale.” Thanksgiving Deals Could Be Stealing Black Friday's Thunder The website, which is ringed by phrases like “Death is the Ultimate Savings” and rude comments about Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, is putting new items on sale every 10 minutes, including a Presidential Mahogany Casket, a Poncho Toilet, and even cash, all of which are being sold at drastically reduced prices. The items, even the obscure ones like the life-sized cut out of Orlando Bloom and an original Picasso Lithograph, have all sold out within seconds, and all have … [Read more...] about ‘Cards Against Humanity’ Mocks Black Friday With Crazy Sale
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Nitish Kashyap April 20, 2018 10:03 am Change Font Size The Bombay High Court has held that the act of recovering credit card dues does not constitute an act of abetment. Justice PD Naik set aside an order of Sessions Court, Raigad, rejecting the application for discharge filed by the accused and allowed an application for discharge filed by accused AR Satish, a bank employee in a case registered under Section 306 read with Section 511 of the Indian Penal Code. Case Background The said FIR was registered by one Shankar Devar who has been employed with Bharat Petroleum for 15 years. He had credit cards from three different banks and frequently used them to purchase liquor etc. The accused, who was with ICICI bank at the time, is said to have visited the complainant’s house and informed him that if he is unable to settle his dues, household articles would be taken away. According to the complainant, Satish frequently … [Read more...] about Act Of Recovering Credit Card Dues On Behalf Of Bank Doesn’t Constitute An Act Of Abetment: Bombay HC [Read Judgment]
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In the wake of the recent massive data breaches suffered by Target and Neiman Marcus, many banks and retailers have renewed the call for a change in the way that consumers in the United States pay for goods and services. Credit and debit cards in the United States generally use magnetic stripe technology on the backs of cards. With magnetic stripes, skilled fraudsters can fairly easily lift information from a credit or debit card and reuse that information.The rest of the world outside of the United States has already moved to a much more secure and harder to hack system that contains smart chip-enabled credit and debit cards. Instead of swiping a magnetic stripe card, consumers insert their card into a terminal that reads the chip on the card, and then the consumer either enters a PIN or signs his or her name. With the PIN method, not only do hackers need to steal the card information with chip-enabled cards, they also need to somehow acquire the secret PIN … [Read more...] about New Payment Card Technology Finally Coming to US? Target Takes the Lead
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Ammu Charles August 29, 2018 9:29 am Change Font Size The Court held that release of blueprints enabling production of 3D printed guns, which are undetectable, was against public interest. U.S. District Court in Seattle has passed an injunction order preventing the publication of 3D printed gun blueprints until litigation is resolved. This is a temporary win for a group of 19 U.S. states and the District of Columbia who have challenged the publication on the basis that such a publication would be dangerous to the lives of their residents and violative of the right of States to regulate firearms. Judge Robert S. Lasnik, granting the preliminary injunction noted that “The state will likely suffer irreparable injury if the technical data for designing and producing undetectable weapons using a commercially available 3D printers are published on the internet”. “The court finds that the irreparable … [Read more...] about US Court Prevents Release Of 3D Gun Printing Blueprints Which Enable Production Of Undetectable Firearms[Read Order]