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Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Said He Is Open To Paying Ransom In Computer Attack

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Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Said He Is Open To Paying Ransom In Computer Attack

Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Said He Is Open To Paying Ransom In Computer Attack

The ransomware attack continues to plague Baltimore as the ransom deadline loomed Friday.

Mayor Jack Young said the city is working to resume services and cooperating with the FBI on their investigation.

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