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On World Password Day, a digital literacy expert talks about the primary rules for keeping your accounts private
On the first Thursday in May, a peculiar holiday is celebrated, World Password Day. This is a young tradition that was only established in 2013 by Intel experts and supported by IT professionals around the world. In total, there are about 170 organizations in the world, including Toshiba, Dell, and Microsoft, urging their users to change their passwords on this day.
World Password Day was established with one single purpose: to remind users to change their passwords. However, a lot has changed in 7 years, and you only need to change your password in a few cases.