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Did the NSA really use Twitter to send coded messages to a Russian?

On June 20 last year, the official Twitter account for the US National Security Agency (NSA) issued the following innocent-looking tweet:

Samuel Morse patented the telegraph 177 years ago. Did you know you can still send telegrams? Faster than post & pay only if it’s delivered.

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