May 7, 2021


Those ‘your porn name’ games are scams trying to get your personal info

Your porn name is the last five digits of your social security number, the name of the street your grew up on, and the month and year you opened your bank account.

Actually, based on the most commonly used names in porn, it’s probably either “Lee” or “Nikki.” But I digress.

The point is, those “your ______ name is…” games you see on social media are scams meant to help bad actors suss out your personal information.

They might seem innocuous at first, especially if you don’t mind answering them because you’re positive you’re not giving away your personal information.

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Nets’ Kyrie Irving will miss next three games due to personal matter

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The Brooklyn Nets are already without Kevin Durant, who has been sidelined since Feb. 13 with a hamstring strain, and Landry Shamet who went down with a sprained ankle on Sunday against the Wizards. Now, the Nets announced they’ll be down another player as Kyrie Irving is expected to miss the next three games to deal with a family matter.

This is the second time this season Irving has been away from the team, the first being a two-week personal absence that was prolonged due to him violating the league’s COVID-19 protocols. Irving is averaging 28.1 points, 4.8

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Business of games continues through pandemic, beyond, summit reveals

While some business sectors have suffered during the coronavirus pandemic, gaming and esports have grown — and are now a bigger industry than movies and North American sports combined, according to Chris Volpe, a leading voice in Midwest gaming and esports.

Volpe, president of Multivarious, founder and executive director of GDEX, and president and founder of Ohio Game Developer Association, provided a State of the Industry overview at Ohio University’s Third Annual Business of Games Summit. Prominent entrepreneurs, software and hardware developers, publishers, investors, marketers and players came together to inform students, educators and the community about the various

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