The post was later deleted by her team
Twitter security officials said they are 'confident the information was not obtained from a hack of Twitter’s servers'
Advertising agencies are for the first time turning to Instagram more frequently than Twitter
The tweet is Clinton's most re-tweeted tweet ever
Perry has 89 million followers and is the most followed person on Twitter
The site has made the first of a run of rumoured changes to the iconic limit
Ordinary junior doctors proved just how out of touch the government was to presume industrial disputes in an online age can be modeled on the miners’ strike
The former presidential candidate was keen to point out the ‘unnamed sources’ who he said did not know him at all
'Why is Donald Trump still here?'
The account is intended to allow GCHQ to ‘help the public understand more about our work’, the spy agency said, but many people had other ideas
'Employing racial/sexual slurs/stereotypes in attempts to make fun of or degrade another person or group is absolutely unacceptable,' Banks says
Barack Obama joins a number of other politicians who have faced embarrassment online
Coercive control, emotional manipulation and passive aggressiveness are common yet overlooked signs of abuse
The Tory Mayoral campaign claim Sadiq Khan has links to Islamic extremists reared its head once again yesterday with a tweet from a prominent Conservative party member.
Some of us have been through it before: Labour politicians shouting at each other and calling each other names. Now they're doing it on social media
'Most embarrassing moment,' says the Tory peer and lingerie businesswoman