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Election 2019 still ripe for opinion-shaping, CSE says

News | 12/06/2018 3:46 pm EST

OTTAWA Efforts to stanch online misinformation campaigns will not eliminate the very real situation that may see Canadians fall victim to attempts to influence their political opinions, the Canadian Security Establishment said in its cyber threat assessment Thursday.

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