Turkish Flags Posted On Hacked Twitter Accounts

Turkish Flags Posted On Hacked Twitter Accounts

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What followed was a barrage of inflammatory remarks, ranging from calling the Dutch people Nazi’s to posting Turkish flags and swastikas. Tweets showed that a large number of Twitter accounts were hacked with the same message being posted. This included Forbes, World Meteorological Organization, bitcoin wallet Blockchain, Germany soccer club Borussia Dortmund, Justin Bieber’s Japanese account, and the U.K. Department of Health.