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Bowser Agrees To Pay Nintendo $10 Million In Hacking Lawsuit

Gary “GaryOPA” Bowser pleaded guilty to federal piracy charges in October. Now he’s agreed to pay Nintendo a massive $10 million settlement for his reported role in designing and selling devices to circumvent Switch security measures as part of Team Xecuter.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Apple AirTags Are Now Being Used To Steal Cars In Canada

If you’re the kind of person who’s constantly hunting for your own keys, AirTags seem like a godsend: A compact device that can be tracked nearly anywhere in the world, without a costly GPS or data subscription? Incredible. Unfortunately, it seems like the kind of people on the hunt for other people’s keys feel the…Read […]

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Apple AirTags Are Now Being Used To Steal Cars In Canada

If you’re the kind of person who’s constantly hunting for your own keys, AirTags seem like a godsend: A compact device that can be tracked nearly anywhere in the world, without a costly GPS or data subscription? Incredible. Unfortunately, it seems like the kind of people on the hunt for other people’s keys feel the…Read […]

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California Car Dealer Sues BMW And Mercedes Over Lease Buyout Restrictions

If you were leasing a car, there was a time when you could trade that leased car to any dealership instead of giving it back to the brand you got it from. Due to the used car shortage, several automakers are no longer allowing these third-party lease buyouts, and a California luxury car dealer has […]

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How to Install a Security Camera Without Breaking the Law

It’s becoming increasingly common for homeowners to invest in security cameras, but there are also privacy laws that limit where all those cameras can be pointed. If you’re looking to install security cameras in and around the perimeter of your home, you’ll need to consider those laws as much as your own security, so…Read more… […]

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Waukesha Parade Crash Death Toll Rises To 6, Suspect Held On $5 Million Bail

Last weekend, the driver of a red Ford Escape drove into a crowd of parade-goers during a holiday event in Waukesha, Wisc. Now, the death toll has risen to six after an eight-year-old succumbed to his injuries, and the main suspect is being held on a $5 million bond.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Report: North Korean Man Sentenced To Death For Smuggling Copies Of Squid Game

Last week, Radio Free Asia reported that copies of Squid Game had been smuggled into North Korea on USB drives and SD cards. Now, according to RFA, a man who is said to have smuggled in the show has been sentenced to death by a firing squad. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Drunk Airline Passengers Are Causing Some Mind-Numbing Chaos In The Skies

The Federal Aviation Administration announced its latest round of civil fines against passengers who can’t keep their cool. Eight people face a combined $161,823 in penalties in actions from assaulting a flight attendant to urinating on a floor, all while allegedly intoxicated. Read more…

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PlayStation Faces Gender Discrimination Lawsuit From Former Staffer

Sony is facing a suit alleging pay disparity, wrongful termination, and other instances of gender-based discrimination. As Axios reports, a former IT staffer filed suit in California district court yesterday.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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PlayStation Faces Gender Discrimination Lawsuit From Former Staffer

Sony is facing a suit alleging pay disparity, wrongful termination, and other instances of gender-based discrimination. As Axios reports, a former IT staffer filed suit in California district court yesterday.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Japan’s Manga Piracy Crackdown Continues

In 2019, there was a global manhunt for the manager of manga piracy site Manga-Mura. The manager, a Japanese citizen named Romi Hoshino, was arrested in Manila on copyright violation charges. In June 2021, he was found guilty, sentenced, and fined. If you thought that was the end of Japan’s piracy crackdown, you were…Read more… […]

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Woman Allegedly Made $57,000 By Selling Unofficial Demon Slayer…Cakes

A 34-year-old resident of Tokyo’s Shibuya has been arrested on suspicion of violating Japanese copyright law after selling unlicensed Demon Slayer cakes. According to Kyodo News, the women sold the cakes through Instagram, with customers submitting their desired images to be turned into frosting, cream, and sugar. The…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Woman Allegedly Made $57,000 By Selling Unofficial Demon Slayer…Cakes

A 34-year-old resident of Tokyo’s Shibuya has been arrested on suspicion of violating Japanese copyright law after selling unlicensed Demon Slayer cakes. According to Kyodo News, the women sold the cakes through Instagram, with customers submitting their desired images to be turned into frosting, cream, and sugar. The…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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25 of the Best True Crime Podcasts, Rated From ‘Cozy’ to ‘Disturbing’

Podcasters didn’t invent the true crime genre (nor did Dateline, even though it’s been around much longer), but podcasts have made crime a wildly popular obsession, freeing us from the tether of the TV and allowing us to take murderers on the road with us. Some are focused on victims, others on the questionably… Read […]

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25 of the Best True Crime Podcasts, Rated From ‘Cozy’ to ‘Disturbing’

Podcasters didn’t invent the true crime genre (nor did Dateline, even though it’s been around much longer), but podcasts have made crime a wildly popular obsession, freeing us from the tether of the TV and allowing us to take murderers on the road with us. Some are focused on victims, others on the questionably…Read more… […]

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25 of the Best True Crime Podcasts, Rated From ‘Cozy’ to ‘Disturbing’

Podcasters didn’t invent the true crime genre (nor did Dateline, even though it’s been around much longer), but podcasts have made crime a wildly popular obsession, freeing us from the tether of the TV and allowing us to take murderers on the road with us. Some are focused on victims, others on the questionably…Read more… […]

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Over 160 People Say Hertz Had Them Wrongly Arrested For ‘Stealing’ Rentals

Hertz has been generating buzz with its not-so-done deal to buy a 100,000 Teslas, but the company has another much sadder situation happening at the same time. 165 Hertz customers are alleging that they were wrongly arrested for stealing cars they rented from the company.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Over 160 People Say Hertz Had Them Wrongly Arrested For ‘Stealing’ Rentals

Hertz has been generating buzz with its not-so-done deal to buy a 100,000 Teslas, but the company has another much sadder situation happening at the same time. 165 Hertz customers are alleging that they were wrongly arrested for stealing cars they rented from the company.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Over 160 People Say Hertz Had Them Wrongly Arrested For ‘Stealing’ Rentals

Hertz has been generating buzz with its not-so-done deal to buy a 100,000 Teslas, but the company has another much sadder situation happening at the same time. 165 Hertz customers are alleging that they were wrongly arrested for stealing cars they rented from the company.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Coal-Rolling Teenager Who Ran Over Six Cyclists In Texas Is Now Facing Felony Charges

The Waller County District Attorney has charged the coal-rolling teenager who ran over a group of cyclists with multiple felonies, each pertaining to the cyclists the teen struck, for a total of six felony charges of assault with a deadly weapon.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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