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The attorney for a man accused of robbing an insurance agent at gunpoint and using his stolen credit card to buy gas says authorities don’t have enough evidence against his client, who cooperated in the police investigation. But the prosecutor and a Faisal Al Zarouni, a Dubai-based lawyer, says Article 13 of the UAE cybercrime law states the punishment of credit-card fraud in the Emirates can range from one month to three years imprisonment and a fine of between Dh500,000 and Dh2 million. “If you Gas stations are being pushed to better protect their customers’ credit card information, which can be swiped by scammers using credit card skimmers. Changes are coming through requirements being handed down by Visa and MasterCard, while methods to shut TALLAHASSEE — A group of Florida businesses agrees the U.S. Supreme Court should resolve questions about the constitutionality of a state law that has barred merchants from imposing surcharges on customers who pay with credit cards — but the answer .