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MPs question why government didn’t warn them about Chinese hackers | Power & Politics [Video]

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MPs question why government didn’t warn them about Chinese hackers | Power & Politics

Members of Parliament are asking Canadian security officials why they had not been informed that they were targeted by Chinese hackers. John McKay, Liberal MP on the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, says Canada needs to shift practices in the “change threat environment.”

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