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Cyberattack on the city of Atlanta
As a new work week begins, many are wondering if Atlanta is back to full speed following a cyberattack on the city's computer systems last week. It all depends on the department. Some departments were not affected at all by the cyberattack, while employees in others are still not able to turn on their computers. The fire and police departments were not affected at all by the ransomware attack. The same goes for the public works department, housing authority and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, although the airport has suspended its Wi-fi services, just in case. But other departments have been forced to conduct businesses the old-fashioned way, by using pen and paper.
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