The Syrian Electronic Army has claimed responsibility for hacking the Twitter accounts of FIFA president Sepp Blatter and the official FIFA World Cup account.
The group previously claimed hacking the Twitter accounts of CBS, BBC Weather, BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Arabic Online and 60 Minutes.
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