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YouTube star PewDiePie’s fans ‘hacked’ 50,000 printers

Fans of Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie, have taken desperate measures to keep the Swedish YouTube star in the top spot on the video site. One die-hard follower is believed to have hacked 50,000 printers, producing paper messages asking people to subscribe to PewDiePie on YouTube. PewDiePie currently runs the world’s most popular YouTube channel, having found fame for producing funny gaming videos. Right now, he’s got exactly 73,000,000 subscribers, many of whom follow the online celebrity’s every move. But there’s been concern among PewDiePie’s fan-base over T-Series, a channel that posts Bollywood movie trailers, which is catching up. To give PewDiePie the subscriber boost he needed, one tech-savvy fan hacked pri ...