How to track your posts on the Japanese news website JAPAN POST
A Japanese website that uses the popular Twitter account @japanpost has been hacked and the post-mortem on the attack has been postponed.
The Twitter account posted a message saying: “We are very sorry for the inconvenience this has caused you and we apologize for any inconvenience.”
The tweet said the posts posted on the account were from a number of users and were deleted from the account on Friday.
The account posted an update on Sunday saying: “@japanposts have removed all posts that have not been posted on their website since July 5, 2017.
We have been advised by our lawyers that it would be against our policies to post those posts again.”
We have since changed our terms and conditions and now, we are updating the posts on our website to reflect this.
“The account has since been deleted, and the company behind the account has not responded to requests for comment.
Japan Post said in a statement that it had not been contacted by police and the account had been taken down by mistake.
The statement also said that it was not possible to verify the identities of those who had posted.”
As part of our ongoing investigation, we have confirmed the identity of the accounts responsible for the hack and the identity and contact details of the people who posted them,” the company said.”
The investigation is ongoing.
We will continue to monitor this matter closely.”JAPANPOST is known for its coverage of Japan’s wartime history and political scandals.
Its official Twitter account has a track record of posting inflammatory posts, such as those which prompted Japan to launch its self-declared war against China in the disputed South China Sea.
The website was also hacked in March this year and posted a statement saying it had been hacked by a foreign entity.
The hacker also claimed responsibility for the attack and threatened a lawsuit.