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Government agencies in the Philippines announced this weekend they had repelled a cyberattack from hackers suspected to be based in China, prompting lawmakers to demand an urgent briefing on the national security issue. Jeffry Ian Dy, the undersecretary for the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), said on Saturday that multiple government departments had

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