TechBytes: Online Safety, Google Wallet

The FTC wants stricter rules on how information is collected from children.
0:55 | 08/02/12

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In today's tech -- protecting children online the Federal Trade Commission wants tighter rules on how sites collect and -- Personal information they collect from kids the FTC says the current law is outdated it took effect for years before FaceBook even started. Google wallet now works with more credit cards until now the payment -- only worked with Citibank MasterCard and a certain kind of phone from sprint. Now any card will work but the types of phones are still limited. An Amazon is expanding its instant video service to the iPad -- giant online retailer. Want some of the business that's now going to iTunes and Netflix Amazon's Kindle fire had been the only tablet that can use the company's instant video service. And Twitter is analyzing hundreds of millions of tweets to keep track of how its users feel about the presidential candidates it will update the results each evening. Those your tech -- I'm sunny Hostin.

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