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Jeremy Clarkson falls foul of bodyfat spammers on Twitter, vows to kill hackers

The controversial presenter of BBC’s “Top Gear” programme, has had his Twitter account compromised by spammers… and he wants his revenge.

Acai Berry fake news website operators fined millions of dollars by FTC

The firm behind fake websites such as “News 6 News Alerts,” “Health News Health Alerts,” or “Health 5 Beat Health News” has had to cease its deceptive operations after it was fined by the FTC.

Twitter hit by amazing weight loss spam attack [VIDEO]

Has your Twitter account been spewing out messages about an amazing weight loss product?

Hack of Hyatt Twitter account by Acai Berry spammers is a warning for us all

Acai Berry spammers briefly take over Twitter account belonging to Hyatt Hotels.

Is your company taking the security of its social media accounts seriously enough?

Pinterest spam promotes Acai Berry diet

Acai Berry diet spammers are hawking miracle diets on Pinterest.

Don’t be duped into clicking on the links!

NHS Direct Twitter account compromised by Acai Berry diet spammers

NHS Direct, the UK helpline which provides expert health advice via the telephone and internet, has had its Twitter account taken over by spammers promoting an Acai Berry diet.

BBC Sport in Rugby World Cup Twitter spam slip-up

A compromised Twitter account has resulted in the embarrassing broadcast of a spam message via the BBC’s website.

Would the typical rugby fan really be interested in an Acai Berry diet?

Is your Twitter account hacked and sending out ‘Beach Body’ spam?

Thousands of Twitter users are seeing unexpected messsages from hacked online friends promoting a weight loss supplement that will, allegedly, “get the beach body you’ve always wanted”.

Acai Berry spam attack connected with Gawker password hack, says Twitter

Hundreds of thousands of Twitter accounts appear to have been compromised by hackers, who have spread spam promoting an Acai Berry diet. Is your account safe?

Acai Berry spammers hack Twitter accounts to spread adverts

Read more in my article at Naked Security.