The hack appears to be linked to a Dutch app called Twitter Counter
President captions tweet 'JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!' as shares images from right-wing news network
‘You allow David Duke to upload an entire video which is all about malicious and hateful comments about Jewish people’, Google chief is told
Justice minister says Facebook and Twitter are not taking down defamatory content quickly enough
Libel ruling in writer Jack Monroe’s favour is well-deserved, but courts must be wary of overregulating social media
Judge produces guide as part of ruling that awarded food blogger Jack Monroe £24,000 in damages
The president and his press secretary were 'excited' about the jobs report released by the Labor Department
Monroe will receive compensation to the tune of £24,000 from the MailOnline columnist
Tempers appear to have simmered down since then with Simpson insisting he will be perfectly civil with the former Liverpool defender should they ever meet
We all know that Pinterest users don't really crave actual breathing social contact – they prefer to sit alone, waiting for death, in a room that smells of guinea pig bedding, pinning endless photos of Audrey Hepburn to a virtual scrapbook
'Only one person on Twitter is President of the United States. That comes with a supreme and unique responsibility unlike any other user'
Ted Lieu, a member of the House of Representatives, says President is 'paranoid like Nixon'
The site, however, says that the update was mistakenly marked as spam
Experts say US President risks breaking law by removing message
Is musing about youthful sexuality really worse than encouraging the harassment of a black woman? What Milo actually said about relationships between older and younger men bears careful reading
US President renews attack a day after rowing with journalists in rambling White House press conference