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British army says its Twitter and YouTube accounts have been breached

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The British Army is investigating after its Twitter and YouTube accounts were breached. Army accounts were taken over and used to promote NFT and cryptocurrency schemes. This included YouTube videos posted with the image of entrepreneur Elon Musk. The British Army confirmed the security incident and apologized "for the temporary interruption to our feed"
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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