HMRC target interns doing paid workers jobs

The details regarding 100 companies that are contravening the law by allowing unpaid interns to work at paid positions at the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), have been released by the Minister for Employment, Jo Swinson. In an interview with Intern Aware, she said that the HMRC can use these claims as intelligence against these […]

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Ebay scammer named and shamed

A serial fraudster by the name of Elengo Papacostas has earned a reputation due to the several online frauds he has committed. This buyer had received multiple complaints from sellers who put up event tickets for sale on eBay, and have the money swiped back on Paypal’s system classified as a disputed transaction. eBay uses […]

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Networks complain about Apple distribution

Several anonymous telecoms operators made complaints over how Apple distributes its most popular devices, the iPhone and the iPad, to network carriers. The New York Times also received complaints from an anonymous source that stated these were particularly aimed at France, although other countries in Western Europe are also affected. The said complaints were from […]

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British hacker jailed for 5 years

Nicholas Webber, aged 21, is one of the most well known computer hackers in Britain after being placed in jail for five years following a multi-million-pound internet scheme that he set up online. He is now in the news again after hacking into a computer system at the prison while still incarcerated, because he was […]

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