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US Nabs Two Large Ransomware Cybercriminals 

North Korea has once again rattled its sabers.  In the latest provocation an artillery exercise was conducted to show off defensive capabilities.  The move was intended to bolster pressure on South Korea and Washington. 

For the first time in its history Facebook has released date which shows the frequency of online bullying and harassment while using its apps.  The move comes as the company has been under intense pressure recently over questionable practices in order to maximize profit.

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Congress Calls on Car Makers to Stop Drunk Driving

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GE is Breaking Up into Three Companies 

FILE - Elf on the Shelf figures are piled in a box at the company's studio Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020, in Atlanta. Santa may have fewer eyes in homes in the 2021 Christmas season after a judge — jokingly — banned the Elf on the Shelf. Superior Court Chief Judge Robert Leonard posted a mock order on Twitter banishing these elves from Cobb County, Georgia as a “gift to tired parents.” (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Grinch Judge Bans ‘Elf on a Shelf’

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