April 7, 2013
North Korea's Twitter, Flickr accounts hacked; Anonymous speaks up - latimes.com
As North Korea continues to threaten the U.S. and South Korea with war rhetoric, hackers have taken over the country's social media accounts and many of its websites.
North Korea's Twitter and Flickr accounts began pushing content Thursday that is unlike what the two social media accounts normally do, making it appear that the North Korean social media accounts had been compromised.
Read more: North Korea's Twitter, Flickr accounts hacked; Anonymous speaks up - latimes.com
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