US Soldiers Expose Nuclear Weapons Secrets Via Flashcard Apps - bellingcathttps://www.bellingcat.com/news/2021/05/28/us-soldiers-expose-nuclear-weapons-secrets-via-flashcard-apps/
Just because it's public on the internet doesn't mean it's meant to be there - yet another example.
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