Philadelphia Inquirer Hit by Cyberattack

From an AP story headlined “Philadelphia Inquirer hit by cyberattack causing newspaper’s largest disruption in decades”:

The Philadelphia Inquirer experienced the most significant disruption to its operations in 27 years due to what the newspaper calls a cyberattack.

The company was working to restore print operations after a cyber incursion that prevented the printing of the newspaper’s Sunday print edition, the Inquirer reported.

The news operation’s website was still operational Sunday, although updates were slower than normal.

Inquirer publisher Lisa Hughes said Sunday “we are currently unable to provide an exact time line” for full restoration of the paper’s systems.