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The long-awaited streaming service Disney+ was launched to the cheers of many. But it wasn’t without technical issues; in addition, within hours of the service going online many users were reporting that their accounts had been hijacked, writes ZDNet. The hacked accounts then started to appear on the dark web and were up for grabs for prices ranging from US$3-11, or even for free. To be sure, this account hijacking spree is not an isolated incident, and other popular streaming services have been battling such incidents for years.

Where was Mickey when this happened?