So, so out of character, it crosses over from being unfunny back to being funny again.
Maybe do something like this up as a story, rather than real Twitter accounts. It's got some potential, in my opinion.
Who would they tweet to? That would be a serious security breach if it was going up on actual Twitter.
"God DAMMIT, who in the living hell is letting goddamn TWITTER posts get out?!"
"Sir, it started with that sentient computer virus we had a while ago. We've been trying to close the security holes, but it's still buggy at this point. We've spoken and disciplined many of the staff, but it seems there's a real impulse to reach out to people. Dr. Glass has a report on the aspects of isolation and the need for contact, if you'd like to review it."
"No, no, i get it…but this is a serious security issue. What if some moron tweets security information, or blurts out a secured location?"
"Well, we have various filters up on our end…thus far, we've caught anything that's a serious security breach, it's just shutting it down entirely that seems to be an issue."
"…get some of the fellows from the tech crew to make some dummy accounts, and have them comment things like "Bullshit" or stupid troll or whatever…that should even things out."
AgentDonut Just realized that we have a lots of unmarked white vans. lol
10:23 PM 8th Mar via iAgent
AgentDonut My beautiful car, isn't she a beaut? http://bit.ly/wZzWv9
10:25 PM 8th Mar via iAgent
Yeah, somewhere along those lines, I think. Gosh I'm unfunny.
It could be an ARG of sorts- maybe some information-based SCP has escaped onto the internet somehow, and is now leaking information about the Foundation's activities to everyone while Foundations agents attempt to "cover it up" by detaining fake sockpuppet accounts.