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Chernobyl clean-up expert slams Japan, IAEA
Originally posted by spydrbyte25
reply to post by Wookiep
I'm not trying to change subject but just noticed minor thing. What exactly was added in the URL for the video feed? Is it possible to add code through URL to cause "something/anything" unintended or intentional to happen?