Twitter users' passwords stolen by hackers


Twitter has become the latest high-profile website to fall victim to hackers.

Company officials said about 250,000 users may have had their information accessed, including usernames, e-mail addresses and passwords.

Those affected include the BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones, and describes how he was warned by Twitter.

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