Hacker News article HackerNews: We’ve been here before.
Back in 2014, a hacker called “The Joker” had the temerity to make a fake profile for a fake Twitter account called @joker.
By August, it had been reported that the account was an online troll, and it was removed.
The next day, it was discovered that the troll was actually a real person.
But that didn’t stop the troll from making another fake account called “Crazy Joker” and using it to post hateful comments, even as it tried to get more followers.
This fake account was the Joker’s next step: he tried to set up a fake social media account that could easily be impersonated and use it to target other users.
In other words, he tried out all sorts of ways to manipulate the system.
This year, The Joker decided to take a different approach.
He created a fake Instagram account, using the handle @johndoe, that he claimed was his own.
But instead of a profile, he created an Instagram account with the name of “CRAZY JOKER” that was registered to a Twitter account that had already been registered.
And instead of using the real Instagram account to promote his account, the account promoted his own account.
And the @jokernoe account was then set up to receive and distribute tweets from people claiming to be the Joker.
This all happened over the course of about a month.
After this fake account received thousands of tweets and made some friends, the @crazysjoker account was suddenly blocked from the account-tracking service Twitter, with the tweet, “We’re not joking.
The account continued to receive new followers and new followers were also sending out death threats to the @jojodoe account.
By October, the accounts were still receiving new followers, but the @CRAZZY JOKE account was receiving less than one percent of them.
The @jokersjoker was banned from Twitter and was temporarily banned from Instagram, but it did not stop the accounts from spreading their hate and misinformation, which was quickly picked up by mainstream media.
At the time of writing, TheJoker account has received about 10,000 followers.
The account was also featured in The Onion’s fake account roundup, as well as a hoax that purported to be a parody account for the president of the United States.
As soon as the @JOKER account received a lot of hate, it tried again to start up a new account.
The original account had been set up and had just over 100,000 Twitter followers, and that account had received a total of 3,000 tweets.
This account was set up in an effort to promote its own fake account.
When it was found that the new account was a fake, it took the account down and claimed that it was “going offline” at the end of October.
The official Twitter account for @CrazyJoker was removed, but @CrazzysJoker remained active, retweeting people who were promoting the bogus account.
One day later, the fake account tweeted a link to a video in which a man named “Kanye West” appeared in a white tank top, wearing a mask.
The Twitter user claiming to represent “Crazzy” tweeted the video and it quickly spread around the Internet.
After a week or so, the “Crazysjokers” account was reinstated.
In addition to being a hoax, this fake Twitter feed was also created to spread lies about a fake group called “J.O.L.S.” and a fake anti-Trump group called the Anti-Trump Resistance.
In the past, the Anti -Trump Resistance has claimed to be behind a number of attacks against people on social media.
One of the members of the Anti Trump Resistance, “Kool Aid” was recently caught posting pictures of himself holding a gun and calling someone a Nazi.
This was just one of the hoaxes that were spread on the @JOJOODOE account.
It wasn’t long before The Joker started sending out fake messages about J.O.-L.s.
He even retweeted a fake video claiming that J.
Os. were trying to kill the president.
But these were the very same messages he sent out about the @ JOJOODO account.
His fake account has now become so big that he started to receive messages about his real account, which he says he’s trying to stop.
The JOKERS account was still getting a lot more followers and more followers were retweeting his fake account, but then the account received more followers from other fake accounts that were retweeted by the account’s real account.
Eventually, the original account was blocked, and this account has since been deleted.
This is the first time we’ve ever seen a hoax account like this that was created in such a way to create a big controversy, and the first one to get a lot attention.
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