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Daily News Reports from the Jamaican Observer: Britain, Germany brace for pre-election cyber attacks

7 May 2017 -LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) – Britain and Germany were already beefing up cyber security ahead of key elections even before the hacking attack on France's Emmanuel Macron, months after Hillary Clinton was caught in the online crosshairs.Clinton recently reiterated her view that Russian hacking of her campaign's emails was partly to blame for her defeat in last year's US presidential election to Donald Trump.

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Daily News Reports from WIRED Magazine: Don’t Open That Google Doc Unless You’re Positive It’s Legit

By LILY HAY NEWMAN -  If you get a Google Doc link in your inbox today, scrutinize it carefully before you click—even if it looks like it comes from someone you trust. A nasty phishing scam that impersonates a Google Docs request has swept the internet today, including a decent chunk of media companies. You’ve heard “think before you click” a million times, but it really could save you from a whole lot of hassle.

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