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"Welcome. This is World News Tonight with Cole Rosini. Today we just found out that YouTube is hacking into anyone's profile that watches YouTube. We are now interviewing a technology specialist, who will teach us how to stay safe on the internet."
"Hello, Dax. Welcome. So, how can we learn to stay safe on the internet and have a secure profile?"
"Well, first, let's start off with making a secure password for your account."
"You must make your password hard to guess for hacker(s) like YouTube. You could take a word and replace some of its letters with symbols or numbers. For example: BL9Z1 "I took out the A and the E and replaced them with a 9 and a 1."
"What you should be aware of are ads or false prizes all over the internet that you should not click on. You should also not click on fake websites that might hack your system."
"Thank you, Dax, that was very helpful. So, Dax, now I wanted to ask you this. How do we stay safe on the internet?"
"Wow. You sure know a lot. Did you have any other tips you wanted to tell us about? This is the 21st century after all."
"I personally don't use social media, actually. It's definitely unsafe and can be very dangerous.
“Thank you Dax for joining me here tonight. Goodbye everyone, and I hope to see you right back here, tomorrow. Goodnight.”
"The only things I would use to be safe are Snapchat, calling apps, or any other texting apps. I don't care if all my friends are on social media. Half of them are already hacked! The most important thing is to stay safe."
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