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One Degree Wednesday June 10 2020

Nintendo now says 300,000 accounts breached by hackers

Nintendo has almost doubled the number of user accounts compromised by hackers in the past few months.

The Japanese gaming giant originally said that 160,000 Nintendo accounts were compromised, exposing personal information like the account owner’s name, email address, date-of-birth and their country of residence. In an updated statement, the company said another 140,000 Nintendo accounts had been compromised.

TECHCRUNCH

5G: everything you need to know

5G internet has been one of the biggest buzzwords in the tech world over the past few years. As the next generation of cellular technology, the faster speeds and lower latencies it offers promise to change everything from your phone to home internet to fields like self-driving cars and remote surgery. But there’s also been a lot of bad information, rumors, and outright bizarre conspiracy theories.

THE VERGE

What Is Enterprise SEO?

More pages, more visibility, more problems.

SEO can be challenging enough, but when your pages and links number in the thousands or even millions, it’s a whole new ballgame.

The stakes are higher, and there are more internal stakeholders to satisfy.

SEARCH ENGINE JOURNAL

Twitter Could Soon Re-Open Applications for Profile Verification

This could make many Twitter users very happy, or equally lead to more confusion, depending on how it’s enacted.

According to a new discovery by reverse engineering expert Jane Manchun Wong, Twitter is working on a new option that would enable users to apply for profile verification from their account settings.

SOCIAL MEDIA TODAY

 

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