The message has since been taken down by the social media giant, but thanks to Internet Archive, people can still see what it read.
Google searches for the attacker's name brought up falsified and propaganda posts in the 'Popular on Twitter' section.
The internet giants faced a Senate committee hearing that led so several heated exchanges between lawmakers and the executives.
The good folks at Pornhub insights have set out what people are likely to be searching for when the spooky occassion rolls by.
"For the nth time, I am NOT Trump's foreign policy adviser! I have NO association with the Trump camp! NONE!" Papadopoulos tweeted Monday.
Hawking's thesis was made public by Cambridge, over 50 years after it was first written and has since reportedly been viewed by over 400,000 people.
Any applicants would be informed they would be selling goods, such as cars or machinery, via online marketplaces – think eBay and Gumtree – on behalf of a fake firm.
Two Teeside men have been handed suspended prison sentences in Kodi case - others "may not be so lucky".
Hollywood studios join forces with international sporting associations, major TV broadcast companies and streaming giants to take on illegal streaming devices.
US robot Eagle Prime defeated Japan's Kuratas after deploying its massive chainsaw and cutting open its rival.
British spy agencies have been accused of collecting personal, social media, travel, medical and related data for years, unchecked and without oversight.
AutoML is more powerful, smart, and accurate than even the best human-made AI system, says Google.
Elon Musk did an AMA where he made a few interesting revelations about how far the project has come, including interesting technical details about his rockets.
The fourth amendment, that protects Americans against 'unreasonable searches and seizures', does not apply for end-to-end encryption, according to the US Deputy Attorney General.
Dow Jones blamed a technical error for the fake news and also dismissed hacking speculation.