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.” … [Read more...] about ‘Cards Against Humanity’ Mocks Black Friday With Crazy Sale
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“First of all, the material on record taken as it is, does not in any manner fulfill the requirement of abetment to the victim to commit the alleged act. Accused was acting at the instance of the bank for recovery of the dues of the bank. Admittedly, the victim had utilized the credit card of the Citi Bank. The bank was, thus, trying to recover an amount of Rs.1,30,000/-. Demanding the money from the complainant and assuming that he was threatened of dire consequences is in no manner can constitute an act of abetment. The Sessions Court has committed an error while rejecting the application by observing that there is grave suspicion against the accused that due to his alleged acts, the victim was forced to commit suicide.” … [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. … [Read more...] about New Payment Card Technology Finally Coming to US? Target Takes the Lead
3D printed gun blueprints are blueprints for creating guns using 3D printers. Guns made with these blueprints do not have serial numbers and are difficult to trace. The guns can be made without documentation and made available to people without background check. As per existing law in U.S., the Undetectable Firearms Act makes it illegal to own or make plastic guns. A metal piece is to be included in these plastic guns to be detectable on metal scanners. … [Read more...] about US Court Prevents Release Of 3D Gun Printing Blueprints Which Enable Production Of Undetectable Firearms[Read Order]