Trump’s social media site apparently hacked a few hours after the announcement

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Former President Donald Trump’s new online social media site was apparently hacked promptly some hours after its declaration

Trump declared he was dispatching another media organization, Trump Media and Technology Group, and its “Truth Social” application on Wednesday. “Truth Social” application will start a beta dispatch for “welcomed visitors” in November, with a cross country rollout getting ready for mid-2022, as indicated by an official statement.

Yet, individuals had the option to join by signing up to make accounts utilizing an openly accessible connection, Drew Harwell, an innovation journalist for The Washington Post, said on Twitter late on Wednesday.

In the meantime, Mikael Thalen, a journalist for The Daily Dot, tweeted that he had the option to make a record utilizing the handle @donaldtrump before the public space for the site was brought down.

“Was only ready to arrangement a record utilizing the handle @donaldtrump on ‘Truth Social,’ previous President Donald Trump’s new online media site,” Thalen tweeted. “Albeit the site isn’t formally open, a URL was found permitting clients to join at any rate.”

In a subsequent tweet, Thalen added: “For those asking, the public space for what had all the earmarks of being the versatile beta of Trump’s new online media stage ‘Truth Social’ has been taken disconnected. I figured out how to get a screen capture of the Account Settings menu before access was hindered.”

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