Cardiff billboard offensive images display after hack

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According to the Police Investigation, few offensive images were posted on the Cardiff city center billboard.

On Tuesday night, the hacker gained control over a city billboard named as Queen Street screen and posted swastikas and far-right images on the billboards

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The hacker proclaimed that there was security vulnerability with the screens as he wrote about in an anonymous online post.

BlowUP media, which was given the charge to control all the operations regarding billboard, was contacted to post their reviews on this incident. According to the South Wale Police, they have received plenty of calls about the incident.

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A spokesperson claimed that “We alerted the city council and will investigate any crimes which may have been committed.”

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Cardiff council said that they have reached a particular company who is in-charge and controls operations on the screen and switched off the screen at midnight.

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