iOS dictionary apps posting false piracy “confessions” onto users’ Twitter accounts

Posted November 14, 2012

An iOS dictionary application has rewarded those who bought it by hijacking their Twitter feeds to post cooked-up piracy confessions.

The Japanese maker of the dictionary apps has apologised and posted fixed versions, but the #softwarepirateconfession tweets are still coming in at a good clip, much to the chagrin of law-abiding, cash-paying customers.

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