Twitter denied reports by the hacking collective Anonymous that 55,000 accounts had been accessed on Tuesday. An Anonymous hacker posted five pages of Twitter user names and passwords, and reportedly some celebrity names were on that list. But a Twitter representative said that Anonymous posted mostly duplicate information or user names and passwords for suspended spam accounts—and further, the representative said, many of the user names and passwords did not even appear to be linked to each other. But Twitter did send out password resets to accounts that may have been affected.
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