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Kids' art supplier Crayola is apologizing after hackers compromised its Facebook account and used the company's feed to spread NSFW images. The coloring kingpin acknowledged on Sunday that its page had fallen victim to hackers who took over the page and began sharing the raunchy cartoons and NSFW pictures with any who visited …

  1. Mike Flugennock
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    B'wah ha ha ha ha ha haaahhhh

    Oh, man! This is the best news I've read all day! Well done!

    I've never met a corporate "viral" marketing campaign sabotage action I didn't like.

    1. Martin
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      Re: B'wah ha ha ha ha ha haaahhhh

      Hmm.

      Of course, there is the alternative point of view - that this is pointless and peurile - on a par with spray-painting a willy on a poster advertising children's toys.

    2. Old Handle
      Facepalm

      "Well now it is occur-ring."

      It's just to bad whoever made those didn't actually speak the language they chose to deface in.

  2. Robert Helpmann?? Silver badge
    Childcatcher

    Cropped

    ...we've cropped [the image] for good taste

    Now we know that The Register doesn't pander to its audience! Darn the luck.

  3. thomas k.

    Good taste?

    O less (eye) filling?

  4. Mark 85 Silver badge

    A new ISIS tactic?

    They hit CENTCOM to threaten Generals, Admirals, etc.... Did they hit Crayola so junior will ask mom and dad troublesome questions about anatomy?

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