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Officials In Pittsburgh Say They Will Not Pay Ransom In Event Of Cyberattack

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Officials In Pittsburgh Say They Will Not Pay Ransom In Event Of Cyberattack

Officials In Pittsburgh Say They Will Not Pay Ransom In Event Of Cyberattack

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says the city would “not pay” a ransom in the event of a cyberattack like the recent one in Baltimore that crippled the city’s online systems. KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.

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