The publicity-minded Syrian Electronic Army on Wednesday targeted the public faces of Skype, posting antisurveillance messages to the video-chat service's blog and to its Twitter and Facebook accounts.
On Skype's Twitter account, for instance, this message appeared: "Stop spying on people! via Syrian Electronic Army." That tweet, noted quickly by The Next Web, was removed within an hour, but a record of it lingered a bit longer on Skype's Web site. (We've posted a screenshot below.)
The Skype blog carried a similar headline: "Hacked by Syrian Electronic Army.. Stop Spying!"
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