Jeep Twitter account hacked

The day after Burger King’s Twitter feed was breached, hackers overtake @Jeep. UPDATE: They also hacked @MTV. Meanwhile, MTV faked its own hack, sparking backlash. 

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The day after hackers took over Burger King’s Twitter account, the same thing has happened to the account of Jeep. Around noon ET, hackers climbed aboard @Jeep, changed the logo to that of Cadillac, and started tweeting. And it appears hackers have also overrun @MTV faked a Twitter hack as part of a PR stunt. That didn’t go over so well in the Twittersphere. This tweet sums up the reaction to @MTV (viewer discretion advised):

@schoprah @mtv Fuck you.

— Sam Biddle (@samfbiddle) February 19, 2013

Annie Schoening, who is behind the @schoprah account, is MTV’s social media director, according to Business Insider.

Meanwhile, here are a couple of tweets from the hacked @Jeep:

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