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#1416: Twitter passwords exposed, Apple’s $13.8B profit, Explaining GDPR, Royole Moon video headset

Twitter recommends that all users change their passwords after the company discovered that passwords were being logged in unencrypted form. Meanwhile, Apple once again set financial records in Q2 2018 thanks to strong demand for the iPhone X. Wondering why you’ve been getting all those vague privacy policy updates? Geoff Duncan explains what the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means for your privacy. Finally, Adam Engst pretends to be in Ready Player One and tests a video headset, the Royole Moon 3D mobile theater. Notable Mac app releases this week include Cardhop 1.1.1, SuperDuper 3.1.6, SpamSieve 2.9.31, and Aeon Timeline 2.3.7.

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Cardhop 1.1

Adds smart groups and gains full native support for additional languages. ($19.99 new, free update, 11.1 MB)

SuperDuper 3.1.6 3 comments

SuperDuper 3.1.6

Maintenance release for the drive-cloning and backup app brings improvements and bug fixes. ($27.95 new, free update, 5.8 MB)

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