The raft of corporate Twitter hacks continues as accounts managed by the BBC were compromised this morning.
The first sign of a hack came from the @BBCWeather account which began tweeting irregular messages such as "Saudi weather station down due to head on-collision with camel." A now-deleted tweet gave credit for the hack to a group called the "Syrian Electronic Army."
The other hacked BBC Twitter accounts were @BBCArabicOnline and @BBCRadioUlster. The BBC has regained control of the Radio Ulster account, but the BBC Arabic account is still in the hands of the hackers.