Tampa teen arrested for Twitter hack that targeted famous figures
Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren has filed 30 felony charges against 17-year-old Graham Clark.
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Tampa Teen Allegedly Behind Twitter Hack Wants Bail ReducedOn Tuesday, Graham Ivan Clark, 17, identified as the mastermind of a scheme that gained control of Twitter accounts of prominent politicians, celebrities and technology moguls pleaded not guilty to..
Florida Teen Charged In Worldwide ‘Bit-Con’ Hack Of Prominent Twitter UsersA 17-year-old Tampa teen is behind bars facing 30 felony charges for "scamming people across America," Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren said Friday.
Tampa teen behind hack on Twitter in July, says Hillsborough State AttorneyA Tampa teen is responsible for scamming people of prominent Twitter accounts on July 15.