TechBytes: Privacy, Apple

New privacy procedures will be put in place for computer users under the age of 13.
0:51 | 07/02/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Privacy, Apple
In today's tech -- a stronger online privacy rules are now in effect for kids under the age of thirteen the new regulations make it more difficult for companies to monitor preteens across the Internet. And limits the amount of personal information that can be stored. It -- apple is planning something -- the company has reportedly have filed an application to trademark the name I watch experts say it's a good indication that apple is planning a wearable computer. And Twitter is making it easier to understand messages from around the world. The site has introduced a new -- late -- in which will provide English equivalent for messages and Spanish Italian and German. An Amazon is encouraging everyone to try and new video game this summer the retailer has reduced the price of more than 900 titles. And is offering a free game download with the purchase of an Indy title at sale goes on until July 14. In those -- tech -- have a great day everyone I'm Diana --

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