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  1. We’ve all heard stories of daring robberies like that of D.B. Cooper, and in a way are almost swept away by the romantic anarchy of them. But there’s another end to that spectrum as well: the capers that, despite their size, are so mundane that getting a job at a cracker factory would be wild in comparison. Case in point is the arrest of 29-year-old Daigo Sugano for attempting to cheat one of Japan’s largest shopping center chains, Aeon, out of roughly 5,380,000 yen (US$47,000) in loyalty points. Using the Aeon app, people can receive two yen ($0.02) worth of points simply by
  2. Tributes paid to Sheiku Adams: 'a great guy who never had a bad word to say' Tributes have been paid to a man who died in a fall from a third floor flat after knife-wielding burglars broke into his home. Sheiku Adams plunged to his death in Highgate Road, in Camden, north London, on Thursday night. Police discovered the 49-year-old on the floor outside after responding to a call he was being burgled. Officers believe it was a targeted break-in but they have not said how they suspect Mr Adams came to fall. Neighbours have since express
  3. Blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis warns that the government’s crackdown on crimes linked to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin is poised to escalate. And the government’s “blacklisting” of blockchain addresses associated with digital currencies linked to crimes is sure to escalate, cryptocurrency compliance experts say. On Wednesday, the U.S. Treasury Department issued sanctions against three alleged Chinese “drug kingpins” who the government claims used Bitcoin to launder their ill-gotten gains. The Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) subseq
  4. Google makes £77bn a year from ads and tens of millions are paid by scammers or rogue schemes Victims who have lost out to scammers promoted high up in Google search results may have a legal claim against the $1trillion internet giant, lawyers have said. Google is retaining tens of millions in profits it has made from con artists or rogue investment schemes paying for ads so they appear first when consumers are shopping around for “safe” and “protected” savings and bonds accounts. So far the internet firm has ignored calls to re
  5. This week, 47-year-old Christopher Kruithof filed a complaint against the FBI, alleging that the federal law enforcement agency was blocking his phone after he viewed child pornography on it. They weren’t—police reportedly chalked it up to a ransomware virus. This week, 47-year-old Christopher Kruithof filed a complaint against the FBI, alleging that the federal law enforcement agency was blocking his phone after he viewed child pornography on it. They weren’t—police reportedly chalked it up to a ransomware virus. Kruithof’s complaint was, as you may have al
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