Twitter hacks drive social media managers to action
Burger King and Jeep both endured hackers' taking over their Twitter accounts this week. Other big brands don't want to be next in line. Oh, and faking it is a baaaaaaad idea.
It isn't clear just who carried out Twitter account hacks this week that replaced Burger King's logo with McDonald's arches and supplanted a Cadillac crest for Jeep's logo—the group Anonymous has claimed responsibility , and some outlets have traced the hacks back to a New England DJ . Regardless of the culprits, big brands certainly want to be sure they're not the next victims of an attack. "We genuinely empathize with the brands that suffered attacks on read more...
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