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May 8, 2013
It’s been a banner year for digital impersonation.
First, hackers insert a phony story about explosions on the AP Twitter Feed.
Then they tricked the Drudge Report into running a phony news story about Mayor Bloomberg going berserk after being refused a second slice of pizza.
But now – Syrian revolutionaries hacking The Onion Twitter Feed, with lines about chemical weapons actually being jihadist’s body odor – that’s satire so recursive, it’s just another day’s news.