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It's about protecting democracy, the government says.
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Because, unfortunately, cyber attackers can steal your online identity pretty easily.
The U.S. government says otherwise.
The ABS simply may not have been prepared for the volume of people on its site.
Time to brush up on your cyber security protocols.
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Hackers are targeting employees by pretending to be the CEO asking for money.
You might want to update your information now.
Your data may be at risk.
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