BEAT Interactive Confirms That A.C.E’s Official YouTube Channel Has Been Deleted By Hackers
To the surprise of netizens and K-pop fans, BEAT Interactive and SWING Entertainment's 5-member K-pop boy group A.C.E recently had their official YouTube channel deleted after being broken into by hackers.
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On the 10th of April, A.C.E's entertainment agency, BEAT Interactive, released the following statement on the matter:
"Hello, this is BEAT Interactive.
We are making an announcement regarding the hacking of A.C.E's official YouTube channel.
Today, the account linked to A.C.E's official YouTube channel and BEAT's official YouTube channel was hacked, and all of the log-in tools (secondary email address, recovery phone number, two-step verification backup code, etc.) have been changed.
After the hacking, unconfirmed videos were uploaded to the channel, and the account was later deleted. At the moment, we have made inquiries to YouTube and Google regarding this hacking issue.
We will make another announcement soon about the response [we receive] regarding the above.
We apologize for inconveniencing the fans who use A.C.E's official YouTube channel.
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Choices, the fandom name of A.C.E, are saddened by the news and they are hoping that their favorite K-pop boy group bounces back from the horrible cyber attack. Notably, only the YouTube page of A.C.E has been deleted.
A.C.E made their debut on the 23rd of May, 2017. At present, A.C.E is made up of the members Donghun, Jun, Wow, Kim Byeongkwan, and Chan and are under BEAT Interacting and are co-managed by SWING Entertainment.
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Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding A.C.E and other K-pop artists!