It appears that Canadian national newspaper the Globe and Mail has come out in support of the Occupy Wall Street campaign.
The ‘Occupy' demonstrations, originally kick-started by anti-consumerism organisation Adbusters, rail against the perceived greed and corruption of governments and private enterprise and have spread to numerous cities around the world, with London set to follow this weekend.
The Globe and Mail's Celebrity Photos of the Week page, which regularly pokes sarcastic fun at the banality of celebrity culture, carried messages in support of the movement.
Captions included this one: "Clearly outraged by the excessive bonuses paid to Wall Street executives, actress Sanaa Lathan defines unostentation at the champagne-sponsored event for the elitest equestrian game sometimes known as ‘The Sport of Kings' in Los Angeles on Sunday."
Elsewhere, some images included photos of Occupy Wall Street protesters.
However, to add to the confusion, a tweet from the OperationLeakS account, claimed Anonymous had hacked the site to highlight its support for the Occupy Wall Street movement.
If true, it wouldn't be the first time Anonymous and LulzSec have hacked websites to make their point.
In July, LulzSec hacked News International to replace the homepage of The Sun website with a fake story about the death of owner Richard Murdoch.
Security experts claimed that as many as one in four sites could be hacked in the same way, via an RFI vulnerability.
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