Communist Chinese soldiers hacked into government data banks mining your personal data

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by Jim O’Toole, Townsville bureau

Every level of Australian government has been under cyber-attack by hackers for some time, said Prime Minister Scott Morrison yesterday, pointedly not naming China as the perpetrator.

According to the Council on Foreign Relations, China, Russia and Iran are the top three states suspected of sponsoring cyber operations.

The chief executive officer of the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CSCRC), Rachael Falk, said while people may want to point fingers at particular countries, attributing blame was a “distraction”.

“It doesn’t matter where it comes from to be honest with you,” she said.

Communist Chinese hackers have delved into the depths of our data, collecting personal details of Australians. Firearms registers are prized by Communist hackers.

Federal and state governments hold a treasure trove of personal information on every citizen in the country, from birth certificates to bank account numbers. All of this data can be accessed by sophisticated hackers.

For years Cairnsnews has been exposing the folly of government and industry collecting personal information and

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