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Allegations of Iran embargo evasion.
Companies face $20bn in fines.
Yakuza returns for Kiryu's final outing.
Lawyer vows to appeal.
Will be treated as seriously as offline crime.
Lego City Undercover is a flawed gem, with technical issues obscuring a great game.
Yakuza 0 appears in the UK; is it worth your time?
We review Mafia III, and it's good but not truly great.
Didn't fully pay out last time, mind.
World of Warcraft player on the warpath.
The Serious Organised Crime Agency has claimed that convicts in the UK are using PS3s to commit crime from within prison.
A new study has determined that, contrary to what Jack Thompson would have us believe, games and crime rates don't correlate.
Lance Atkinson has been ordered to pay £35,500 in fines by a New Zealand Court - but has already been fined $2.2 million by the FTC without seeming to slow his efforts down.
Lee Kun Hee, the chairman of the Samsung Group at the centre of an investigation into bribery and tax evasion offences, has stepped down from the company.
New South Wales has become the latest part of Australia to ban high-powered laser pointers, with punishments of up to fourteen years in prison for transgressors.
Microsoft has announced a successful prosecution of a counterfeiting group allegedly responsible for 90 percent of fake MS products.
A rivalry between two Lineage II clans in Russia has ended in tragedy, claiming a life as the fight is taken beyond the edge of reason.
Guidelines published by the Crown Prosecution Service modify the Computer Misuse Act in such a way to make it a crime to distribute network tools like the popular Nmap and Wireshark utilities.
A new study from the University of Michigan reveals that exposure to violent media has a radical effect on behaviour.
Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, is due to unveil a mini-manifesto which will detail how to tackle crime by 'dealing with' violent computer games.
Sony has come under fire from The Church of England for supposedly desecrating Manchester Cathedral in-game.
German police begin a search in Second Life regarding rumours of child pornography rings.
Rumours persist that the recently released STALKER may have ripped textures from Half-Life 2...
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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