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Today’s peaceful easy feeling ping your .com news includes this story of a company that has raised $30 million in funding for its “peaceful massively multiplayer online game”

Let’s see how well this works out for them.

A mobile phone carrier is pulling out of Myanmar because it can’t cope with the scope of the recent coup that has cooped its business model.

Yesterday’s ping your .com news:
Drug smugglers.

Today’s ping your .com topic:
Computer processor chip smugglers.

Today’s ransomware ping your .com news comes from the US and includes the estimated 2,930 citizens of Leonardtown, Maryland.

News is being delivered that says “Swiss Post has acquired a majority stake in established file sharing company Tresorit.”

Reports are in that say the government in Russia is creating a “law to allow regulators to confiscate bitcoin” because reasons.

You might fall in love with this report that says Match sued Google and now Google is “counter-suing Match Group” over Tinder tender of in-app payments.

Reports are in that say the “video game publisher behind titles including Pac-Man, Tekken and Elden Ring, has admitted that hackers accessed its systems and potentially made off with customer data.”

GLAAD is apparently not happy. They gave “social media giants poor grades over lack of protections for LGBTQ users.” NNTAWWT.

This report says that “some Honda cars can be hacked using just a portable radio” don’t touch that dial don’t touch that dial don’t touch that dial.

Here is where you can spy on a report that says “the company behind the notorious Pegasus spyware, has been conducting a broad campaign in the United States to get off the U.S. government’s blacklist.”
Let’s see how well that works out for them.