Twitter pauses verifications, Hulu arrives on Nintendo Switch
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Twitter has halted new verifications on it's service after the fallout from verifying Jason Kessler, the man who organized the Neo Nazi rally in Charlottesville.
Twitter says the verification system was not originally meant to indicate the endorsement of a user, but nevertheless, that's what happened.
The company is now examining the issue.
Nintendo and Hulu are bringing the service's content to the popular game console.
Users can download the Hulu app from the Nintendo e-Shop and sign in with their account.
The Hulu TV pay service will work with the app as well which costs about $40 per month.
And finally the Department of Justice is pressuring AT&T.
Sell off CNN in order to complete it's Time Warner acquisition.
This hiccup appears to have stalled all movement on the deal and might force both parties to go to court to challenge the government's legal basis for the blockage.
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