Twitter says an internal glitch exposed all users' passwords internally

The company says it did not find a breach or any misuse of the exposed passwords.
0:51 | 05/04/18

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Transcript for Twitter says an internal glitch exposed all users' passwords internally
It today sect bites a warning from Twitter the social media site says all 330 million of its users should change their passwords. Twitter says a glitch exposed to substantial number of passwords internally for several months. But says it found no signs of a breach or misuse of those passwords by handing one. A surprise revelation from YouTube CEO the web site now has one point eight billion logged in viewers every month. And that doesn't include the people who aren't logged in which means actual number of people watching YouTube videos is much higher. And finally robots are now cooking the food and a new restaurant in Boston spice was the idea for MIT grads humans prep the meals and finish them off but the robots do the rest. World famous chef Daniel balloon is an investor and the restaurant's culinary director of a group they're taking over. Hazards like banks and Jackson them.

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