Facebook tries to reassure customers that their passwords were not compromised

Plus, Amazon will start airing ads on its shopping sites, and the "Florida Man Challenge" is underway.
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Transcript for Facebook tries to reassure customers that their passwords were not compromised
In today's tech bytes FaceBook on the defense over users' passwords if somebody says there's no evidence employees abused password that restored unprotected for years. A security blogger claims around 600 million passwords were vulnerable are being kept in plain tax. An Amazon is about to start telling video ads on its Smartphone shopping app the responsible appeared response to search results on the app there launches seen as a challenge to a massive ad market. As dominated by Google and FaceBook. And finally the Florida man Shalit is going by. Basically you Google Florida man and your birthday and what you'll find all sorts of colorful stories that took place in the sunshine state. Featuring a cast of characters that Hollywood's most creative minds. Probably couldn't come up with you can imagine it's crazy it is indeed in though the attack by have a great weekend.

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