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NSA Sent Coded Messages From Its Official Twitter Account To Communicate With Foreign Spies

During the first Cold War, US and British spies would sometimes place coded messages in newspaper classified ads to communicate with each other. And according to new reports in the New York Times and The Intercept, the National Security Agency (NSA) has updated the tactic, using its public Twitter account to send secret messages to at least one Russian spy. More »      
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