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Fake Press Cards Sold On The Dark Web Force Danish Police To Increase Security In Parliament

Counterfeit press cards sold on the dark web present a threat to the Danish police. Law enforcement in the country take the fake press cards, which are advertised for nearly $160, seriously. The Danish Parliament emphasized that the journalists’ bags and jackets should be screened no matter if they own a press card. According to the Danish media outlet Journalisten, ... Read More »

Russian MP’s son: Guilty of Stealing over 2 million US credit cards

On August 26th, a federal jury in Seattle found Roman Seleznev guilty of stealing more than 2.9 million credit card numbers and selling them to fraudsters on the deepweb. Seleznev, 32, is the son of Russian Parliament member Valery Seleznev. According to a 2014 indictment from the Department of Justice, Seleznev, as well as unknown accomplices, “developed and used automated ... Read More »

Italian Parliament Moves Towards Marijuana Legalization

In a bill that Italian Parliament may be close to passing, citizens who are eighteen or older will be allowed to grow up to five plants for themselves, have up to fifteen grams in their place of residence and posses a maximum of five grams on their person. Senator Benedetto Della Vedova, MP for the People of Freedom Party, organized ... Read More »