Part of the WSJ website was hacked on Monday
Spangler writes, “A spokeswoman for Dow Jones & Co., publisher of the Wall Street Journal, noted that the affected page was not affiliated with the Journal’s newsroom but rather is operated by advertising group’s the WSJ. Custom Solutions team. The affected page appeared under Oracle’s sponsored section of WSJ.com.
“‘We are aware of the issue and the page has been taken down,’ the Dow Jones rep said. ‘We have launched a full investigation.’
“The hacked WSJ.com page was removed Monday around 11:45 a.m. ET, shortly after PewDiePie — whose real name is Felix Kjellberg — posted a link to the page and gloated in a tweet Monday, ‘WSJ joins the fight vs tseries.'”
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