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The Tweet that rocked Wall Street: $200 billion lost on fake message

24.04.2013 12:12

A single hoax message sent via Twitter, the social media platform, erased billions of value from US stock markets on Tuesday, drawing attention to an electronic Trojan horse that hackers may manipulate with apparent ease.

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belfasta 05.08.2014 20:58

Whoever is responsible I applaud you
Keep up the good work

Anonymous user 14.06.2013 01:03

This is why they are spying on us trying to predict and manipulate our behavior for LOVE of MONEY.

Anonymous user 02.05.2013 15:45

I guess someone got an idea from Die Hard 4.0.

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 12:59

If $200 billion was to be had, then the other side made $180 billion & paid a $20 billion commission

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 12:58

Compare this to robbing a bank...noone killed...

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 05:36

The coming to second financial crisis in this year!!! Major earthquakes will destroyed US mainland!

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 05:08

I didn't understand a single thing I just read. "Whoopdidoo Bazel, what does it allll mean?"

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 04:40

Funny, people gambling, serves you right, long live the electronic age, crashes to come

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 04:24

This shows that the President of US had reached status of minor godhead.

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 02:20

This is where RT's jew staff and friends of add their comments. Oy VEY!

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 01:29

And market went down because he survived ... dead it might had go up 1000 points!

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