Shopping for Christmas and they were offering $10 off your purchase if you applied for a card. I asked if I could decline the card if I didn't like the offer and was told yes. The offer was horrible and I said no, two weeks later a card showed up in my mailbox.
He's shown a willingness to harm others for profit.
I'm not sure whether or not that is enough for jail time, but right now I'm leaning towards yes. When I think if EU prisons though I don't think of what it is like in the US, though I'm sure some of their members must have similar conditions.
What is jail like in England? What is life like afterwards? If this will wreck his life, like felony convictions in the US can, I do think it's harsh.
Updates that are required to support titles released for the device in the future are not optional, assuming you use the device for it's intended purpose. I know they call it "optional" but it's a fucking farce.
But they do list them, every 3rd party merchant in their network can list the book for sale. Amazon will assist in the transaction in the same manner they have for any other purchases made from those merchants, including showing the books in the search results.
I have really enjoyed Path of Exile lately. If you are looking for a good arpg experience that is less pay to win than Diablo 3, this is a good choice. You really can enjoy all the content the game offers for free, and there is nothing you can buy with real money that will make your character more viable.