The machine seems to be gnawing on its own arm.
If you can believe it: the manager of Twitter's Twitter account was hacked.
And of course, the posts were littered with racism and all sorts of vulgar nonsense – which has become commonplace on the addictive social media platform.  The tweets that emanated from co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey's confirmed account to their 4.2 million followers, included messages that used "n-word" and made anti-Semitic remarks. One even suggested a bomb was planted in Twitter's headquarters, and others asked for some accounts to be revoked.
Some of the offensive tweets remained for 30 minutes before they were finally taken down.
According to the BBC, a company source confirmed that the hackers used a technique called "simswapping" (or "simjacking") to grab Dorsey & # 39; s account.
The San Francisco-based social media giant is investigating the case and suspended the accounts of the hacker and their co-workers who retweeted the offensive messages.
Dorsey, who has been hacked lately, gave his own company a "C" for "technical responsibility" just this past February, while also admitting that the industry is not doing enough to fight online abuse and misinformation.
We see how well it works for them.