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Canada cyber-spy agency expects hacktivist attacks in 2019 vote



OTTAWA/TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's electronic spy agency said on Friday it was "very likely" that hackers will try to influence Canada's 2019 elections and it planned to advise political parties next week on how to guard against cyber threats.


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