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The Bumpy Release Day

4 Millions. That was the record breaking number of iPhone 6 & 6 Plus pre-orders in just first 24 hour period. And then Apple knew that it had an unquestionable success on its hands as many millions more will be sold over time. 537 more words

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Rate Control is no different than Rent Control

Essentially everybody who actually understands economics agrees that rent control is bad for those seeking housing (or whatever “rent” is being controlled). That is: rent control is bad for the very people it is envisioned to help. 163 more words

Bitcoin’s Role in the Shadowy Realm of Underworld

By David Lock

PARIS (InsideBitcoins) — As cryptocurrencies grow in popularity, governments from various nations are opening their eyes to the unregulated and potentially volatile nature of digital money. 724 more words

Black Market

South Brisbane coffee shop a hub for 'exclusive' drug network: police

Kristian Silva

Brisbane Times journalist

Police conduct raids in South Brisbane. Photo: Kristian Silva

For three years a South Brisbane coffee warehouse was the hub for a “highly sophisticated” drug-smuggling syndicate linked to the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, police allege. 317 more words

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BitCoin ATM owner and suspected bikies arrested in raids

Police have arrested two men following 18 raids in Brisbane, Logan, Gold Coast and Cairns

POLICE have arrested a BitCoin ATM owner and suspected bikies this morning as part of 18 police raids dotted throughout the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Logan and Cairns. 110 more words

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Brisbane bitcoin ATM seized as part of drug trafficking investigation

Police and customs raid cafe as part of investigation into alleged methamphetamine trafficking linked to Bandidos bikie gang

Joshua Robertson

theguardian.com

Bitcoin is a digital currency whose popularity is growing worldwide. 552 more words

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Botched Butts and Illegal Eye Surgeries

The unfortunate reality of some of the more dramatic beauty trends is that not everyone can afford them. In developing countries where most people cannot afford some procedures, regulations may not always be as strongly enforced as they ought to be. 317 more words

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