TechBytes: Hacking, Papal Twitter Account

All Internet users need to realize that if celebrities can be hacked, anyone can.
0:53 | 03/14/13

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In today's tech -- no one is immune as the personal data of more and more celebrities ends up on a -- website ABC news consultant Brad Garrett. Says it's a warning to every Internet user to be careful. They don't listen we have to care that someone like Mel Gibson got -- they do need to be concerned that how he got -- they can be hacked. Garrett says Internet users should change their passwords keep software up to date -- never click on a questionable link or attachment. And that's -- is encouraging its users to get more social they're now able to share what they're watching on their FaceBook with their FaceBook friends and also comment on the shows and movies. And the white smoke above the Sistine Chapel signaled more than a new hope it was -- reactivation of the people Twitter account. And it announced the selection of -- Francis but -- the new Pope. Did not tweak anything from a personal Twitter account. Not one was a fake and those are your tech site have a wonderful day I'm Diana -- --

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