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Australia hints at Chinese cyberattack; Japan, Vietnam too riled by Beijing

IndiaTimes Saturday, 20 June 2020
India isn’t the only country in China’s crosshairs right now. On Friday, Australian PM Scott Morrison said his government and some private sector entities in the country had been under a sustained cyberattack by a state actor — a hint at China.
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