TweetDeck comes back, Twitter says it was random

TweetDeck comes back, Twitter says it was random

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Twitter late at night restored TweetDeck's access after pulling it down over a serious bug. In a statement given to The Verge, Twitter said that there had been a bug that led to a "very small number" of users getting control of others' accounts, up to the hundreds in at...
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