Fueled by the lack of Pokemon GO in Brazil, a hacker group called OurMine took control of Niantic CEO John Hanke’s Twitter account today. Hanke and the development team at Niantic Labs in San Francisco had no idea how much of an impact Pokemon GO would have in the mobile space when it began rolling out on July 6. Earlier this afternoon, OurMine successfully cracked through the password security of Hanke’s Twitter account. OurMine has also claimed responsibility for cracking Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account earlier this month. As a reminder to those who do have Niantic’s real world Pokemon-catching mobile hit, PoodleCorp has promised to take down all Pokemon GO servers for at least 24 hours on August 1.
Despite not yet being available in several countries around the world (including South America), Pokemon fans in Brazil are taking advantage of every opportunity to bombard Niantic with not-so-tactful words. When asked why, the group’s leader said, “because chaos is entertainment.” Time will tell if they will follow through on that promise.

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