DavidGilbert99 writes: "Following BBC Weather on Twitter seems like it wouldn't throw up too many surprises, possibly news of the odd blizzard now and again. But today, the account's 60,000 follower got a little more than "chance of a light drizzle" when the pro-Assad Syrian Electronic Army hacked the account, along with a couple of other BBC accounts in an apparent protest at what it sees as reports which don't show the Syrian regime in the best light." Link to Original Source
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