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    I have seen this before, it is the mobile carrier javascript injection. In some mobile network based internet connections they inject a little a javascript file to compress images and save brand width called bmi.js. In t-mobile it comes from http://1.2.3.8/bmi-int-js/bmi.js.

    You have to block yours. If you are lucky there might be an option to turn it off.

    I think from the site’s end setting cache control: no-transform, prevent all those injections.

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