MIAMI -- Burger King (BKC) said Monday that it reached out to Twitter to suspend its account after an apparent hack.Starting just after noon Eastern time on Monday, the fast-food company's Twitter picture was changed to a McDonald's (MCD) logo, the background picture changed to McDonald's new Fish McBites product and the account tweeted that it had been sold to rival McDonald's.
Burger King Twitter Account Hacked
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