(Bloomberg) -- Staff at the U.K. Parliament remain hampered after a cyberattack that compromised about 90 lawmakers’ email accounts.
To prevent the attackers from gaining access to vital data, Parliament has limited the ability of MPs to access the legislature’s computer network remotely. Those restrictions remained in place Monday. A House of Commons spokeswoman said in a statement that Parliament is planning to resume its wider IT services.
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