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Pro-Assad Group Hacks Obama’s Twitter Account

The Syrian Electronic Army, a group that supports the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, hacked links on President Barack Obama’s official Twitter and Facebook accounts, redirecting users to a propaganda video about terrorism in Syria. What do you think?

  • “Too late. I already visited those redirected links and was totally convinced by that incredible propaganda video.”

    Corey Murray Pipe Caulker
  • “That’s why I don’t waste my time with all that social media nonsense. Some electronic army’s just going to take it over anyway.”

    Pilar Villanueva Bank Treasurer
  • “I knew this day was coming. The Cyber War has begun!”

    Ryan Speakman Lily Grower

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