British politicians and TV historian Simon Schama are amongst those promoting spammy diet advice after having their Twitter accounts hacked.
The firm behind fake websites such as “News 6 News Alerts,” “Health News Health Alerts,” or “Health 5 Beat Health News” has had to cease its deceptive operations after it was fined by the FTC.
As Pinterest’s popularity increases, so do the reports of spam on the fast-growing photo-sharing network.
Is the website doing enough to counter the threat?
Acai Berry spammers briefly take over Twitter account belonging to Hyatt Hotels.
Is your company taking the security of its social media accounts seriously enough?
Acai Berry diet spammers are hawking miracle diets on Pinterest.
Don’t be duped into clicking on the links!
Once again, Facebook users are being hit by a barrage of spam – this time claiming to promote a diet.
Thousands of Twitter users are seeing unexpected messsages from hacked online friends promoting a weight loss supplement that will, allegedly, “get the beach body you’ve always wanted”.