Baltimore Sun Claims That Its Twitter Account Was Compromised After Offensive Tweets Were Sent Out

Baltimore Sun Claims: Following the dissemination of a number of offensive tweets via its Twitter account on Monday afternoon, The Baltimore Sun reported that its account had been hacked.

The magazine quickly issued an apology for any misunderstandings and deleted the incorrect tweets after they were brought to their attention.

Baltimore Sun Apology

The Sun took to Twitter to express their understanding of the situation, writing to their followers, “To our followers: Some nasty tweets emerged on our account when an unknown individual momentarily obtained access to post here.” We have taken measures to prevent access to that content. Our apologies.”

Requests for further comment on how the account was hacked were not immediately responded to by a Sun representative.

The Twitter account associated with The Baltimore Sun currently has 344,800 followers.

The Baltimore Sun Claims That Its Twitter Account
The Baltimore Sun Claims That Its Twitter Account

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Alden Global Capital is the owner of the daily newspaper. In 2021, Alden Global Capital paid $630 million to acquire Tribune Publishing, the company that published the Sun.

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