If you have not done so this morning - check your Twitter account to ensure that hackers have not changed your Twitter logo or changed your tweets. A group claiming to support the Turkish Government have hacked a number of Twitter accounts including Forbes, Amnesty International and Unicef USA. They have changed logos to the Turkish flags and posted anti Dutch and anti German statements.
I chatted to one of my contacts this morning who had had their corporate account hacked - their logo had been changed to a Turkish flag. They rectified it very quickly.
Be very interesting to see how this one plays out.
Twitter accounts, including that of Amnesty International, have been hacked by a group claiming to support the Turkish government. The tweets, which began with a swastika, linked to a YouTube video entitled: "Nazi Germany, Nazi Holland, see you April 16" (the date of a constitutional referendum in Turkey). Other accounts hacked included ones belonging to Unicef USA, the Atlanta Police Department, French politician Alain Juppe, the UK's Department of Health, Die Welt, Forbes and Central Bedfordshire Council. The European Parliament was also affected, tweeting: "Good morning. We briefly lost control of this account earlier, but everything is now back to normal."