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Last week yet another debtor appeared in court for cutting off a wheel clamp. In this case, a bailiff from JBW Group applied a wheel clamp to the debtors car in relation to a debt for council tax. The debtor 'claimed' that he thought that the clamp had been left on his car by a friend as a joke and accordingly, he used an angle grinder to remove the clamp. Clearly the court did not believe his story and after admitting causing criminal damage the court ordered him to pay £435 which was made up of a fine of £250, costs of £85, compensation of £75 and victims surcharge of £25.
G00gle are using surplus surveillance drones from the US military to develop a 3D StreetView. The idea is to have a drone follow each StreetView CCTV camera car at a height of 50 metres. Instead of the existing 2D images, the new service will capture 3D images using software developed jointly by G00gle and Caltech. This software is being installed in G00gle Glass, so that users can explore a 3D representation of any street they choose to download. It will appear to users that they are standing in the actual street. The 3D StreetView Privacy Impact Assessment appended to G00gle’s Priv
Perhaps those more versed in law can decide on the legal aspects of the following question; A retailer advertises in the local rag making an offer, you then accept the offer by visiting the store and purchasing goods. I assume at that point that there is a contract in place as an offer was made and then accepted. The retailer has not attached any terms and conditions relating to parking on their private land. I would assume that the retailer is now the principle in the agreement or contract. However while parked on their land you are issued with a "ticket" by the PPC monitoring the