Apple is focused on privacy for kids and authentication methods acceptable for apps listed in the App Store. The default position for apps in the App Store is that they must use the Sign in with Apple authentication method. Exceptions to this rule exist. Apple has added a host of kids' protections.
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GitHub recently announced support for the WC3 standard WebAuthn. WebAuthn brings a new level of security to GitHub and expands the number of browsers supported. GitHub believes we are sitting at the beginning of "the future of authentication" and WebAuthn lays the foundation for that future.
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