Twitter has exploded as a channel for information out of Iran. Protestors have filled the streets daily since last Friday's election – and they have flooded the internet with tweets about violence, protests and political activism. Jim Sciutto has reported extensively from Iran about the protests, and he has played a very active role on Twitter as well. Just today, his Twitter account was 'hijacked' by pro Iranian messengers who retweeted several things under his name which he did not write. You can read all about it HERE. Jim's Twitter account is @jimsciuttoABC. Follow him on Twitter if you have an account, or you can simply view his tweets by clicking HERE.