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Google Gmail Restrictions May Force Hackers To Look For New Method Of Malware Distribution

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Google Gmail Restrictions May Force Hackers To Look For New Method Of Malware Distribution

Google Gmail is getting more serious about cybersecurity matters. Starting next month, Gmail will start blocking Javascript attachments in emails for security reasons. The search engine company made the big announcement on the G Suite Updates Blog. Reduce Malicious Attacks, …

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Child protection experts warn YouTube age restrictions on music videos won’t work

images_2Age restrictions have been placed on some music videos following an agreement between YouTube and Vemo and government ministers to help prevent children watching violent and sexually explicit content. However, online safety analysts at the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) have warned that children can easily get around the age verification systems.

The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) recently viewed 132 music videos from UK record labels and placed age ratings on them in the same way films are rated. YouTube and Vemo agreed to work with the BBFC and government to implement age restriction verification systems

Julia Fossi, a senior analyst in the online safety team at the NSPCC, said that age verification systems on sites like YouTube and Vemo “can be easily bypassed”, and they needed to be strengthened.

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