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Twitter phishin'

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Boy, I hate phishing scams...I've been caught twice, once on PayPal and once on MySpace. Now, it looks like Twitter has been snagged, with the microblogging site confirming that some 33 high-profile bloggers were targeted over the weekend, including Barack Obama and Britney Spears. The celebrities found their Twitter accounts featuring unusual, sometimes pornographic posts. Twitter says the accounts are now secure...
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