Twitter Jack hacked, YouTube changes child data policy
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Jack Dorsey Twitter's CEO and co-founder had his Twitter account hacked last Friday, but the people responsable tweeting sexist, racist and antisemitic comments.
Head of Twitter coms Brandon Borman confirmed the account was compromised and Twitter later explained that a SIM swap attack Enabled hackers to gain access to Dorsey's personal account.
The hack was short lived and Twitter confirm the account had been secured within two hours of the first attack.
Android 10 has rolled out to Google's flagship pixel phones with a wider rollout plan to third party devices later this year.
Android 10 had several new features including a dark mode color scheme, improve security settings, and a live caption tool that creates on the fly transcriptions for audio, a feature that will come later in the fall.
And finally, YouTube has announced massive changes to the way the site treats kids videos.
On the heels of a $170 million fine that Google was served over the sensitive issue.
Around of this year, YouTube will roll out policies that will treat all kids videos as if a child is watching them, and limit the data it collects on those videos to a bare minimum.
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