Police clarified that “we know how ATMs work” but that due to bank security and privacy protocols, “we have no authorization to get information from the bank system except with a court order.”
News 2018 - September
The district court of Reykjavík has sentenced the Icelandic government to pay ISK 100,000 in damages to a man who was held in a prison cell for thirteen hours after being arrested.
The video, part of an initiative entitled “Gender-Based Violence is Closer Than You Think,” shows men reading out the true stories of women around the world who have survived sexual assault.
The layoffs, which are part of new efficiency measures, affected employees in various positions and departments, in both the Reykjavík and Keflavík offices.
"“Did you go to the ATM earlier tonight but forget to take your money? Lucky for you, there were two trustworthy young gentlemen behind you in line."
The five individuals charged in the Guðmundur and Geirfinnur case received a full acquittal today, 38 years after the original sentence.