#phone-calls

Canadian VoIP provider hit by DDoS attack, phone calls disrupted
Quebec-based provider of telephony services VoIP.ms is facing an aggressive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) cyber attack, causing a disruption in phone calls and services.
Assailant in knife attack that killed Omar Cureno Rayon had ankle monitor, witness says
Dozens of people gathered on Monday evening at an altar of candles and flowers and photos of Omar Cureno Rayon, 34, who died early Saturday morning after being stabbed outside of Cava 22, a bar near 22nd and Bartlett streets.
Gabby Petito: autopsy to be conducted as search continues for fiance
Medical examiners in North Port, Florida, were scheduled to conduct an autopsy on Tuesday on a body found in Wyoming, seeking to determine if it is Gabby Petito, the 22-year-old "van life" traveler who disappeared.
How a rural Ontario town helped free a Honduran human rights activist from prison | CBC News
After surviving 19 months in a Honduran maximum security prison and a nearly four-year legal fight, "Elmvale's Edwin Espinal" is finally free.
Their Baby Died in the Hospital. Then Came the $257,000 Bill.
A New York family had good health insurance. But the bills for their daughter's care started showing up and kept coming.
Afghan interpreters beg Jacinda Ardern to grant New Zealand visas to 'at risk' families
A group of former Afghan interpreters are frustrated and disappointed their requests to New Zealand's government to resettle their family members, who are at risk from the Taliban, are going unanswered.
Facebook warned over 'very small' indicator LED on smart glasses, as EU DPAs flag privacy concerns
Facebook's lead privacy regulator in Europe has raised concerns about a pair of 'smart' Ray-Ban sunglasses the tech giant is now selling.
PyDev of the Week: Tonya Sims - Mouse Vs Python
This week we welcome Tonya Sims (@TonyaSims) as our PyDev of the Week! Tonya is a Python Developer Advocate for Vonage and is an active member of the Real Python community.
Kwarteng to hold emergency meeting with gas chiefs over price crisis
Kwasi Kwarteng, the business secretary, will hold an emergency summit with gas industry chiefs on Monday morning in an effort to contain the fallout caused by soaring market prices on consumers and businesses.
A Professor Plots to Seduce His Student. She Has Other Plans.
In Katie Lattari's unnerving suspense novel, "Dark Things I Adore," a scheming thesis adviser proves no match for his young protégé.