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Cyberattack Hobbles the Philadelphia Inquirer  

The Philadelphia Inquirer was left without a regular Sunday newspaper and with some delays to online stories following a cyberattack. So reports The Guardian.

Philadephia InquirerPennsylvania’s most-read daily newspaper, the third-longest continuously in operation nationally, was forced to shutter its offices amid a mayoral primary election.

Sophisticated hackers have hit out more and more at news organizations along with government agencies, healthcare systems, universities and businesses.

Read the full article from The Guardian.

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