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Thousands of Disney+ accounts are being hijacked and sold on the dark web, locking users out of their accounts. This comes less than a week after its launch. The rate for a hacked account is reportedly between $3 to $5, just shy of the standard $6.99 monthly cost.
The FAA is rethinking its aircraft certification process. This comes after the 737 Max crisis saw planes grounded worldwide. The agency says it will increase dialogue with plane makers, and consider human factors, like how quickly pilots can react to emergencies.
Several Fitbit users will be getting rid of their devices, due to a distrust of Google, according to CNBC. This comes a few weeks after Google announced its acquisition of the fitness tracker. Google has been under scrutiny lately regarding its data practices. The company did announce it would not sell users’ health data.