“The Twitter account for U.S. Central Command was suspended today after it was hacked by ISIS sympathizers, a defense official told CNN.
A series of unusual tweets were published with apparent warnings from ISIS as well as links, images and Pentagon documents that reveal contact information for members of the military.
Central Command's YouTube page was also apparently hacked and contained videos of what looked like war propaganda by militant fighters.
The actions came on the same day that President Barack Obama spoke at the Federal Trade Commission about initiatives to protect the identities and privacy of U.S. citizens and to limit damages from cyberattacks.”
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