Many verified Twitter accounts able post again after hacking

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Twitter users with verified accounts started to be able to send tweets again at around 8:30 pm EDT, after the company had silenced some of its highest-profile users in response to an hours-long security incident.

Reuters July 16, 2020 07:05:41 IST
Many verified Twitter accounts able post again after hacking

Many verified Twitter accounts able post again after hacking

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Twitter users with verified accounts started to be able to send tweets again at around 8:30 pm EDT, after the company had silenced some of its highest-profile users in response to an hours-long security incident.

Twitter had limited some users' ability to tweet, reset passwords and use other unspecified "account functions" after many of the platform's top accounts were hacked and used to solicit digital currency.

(Reporting by Katie Paul; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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