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By Dennis Romero
Even old printed newspapers are not immune to the pitfalls of technology Diego Union-Tribune was attacked by a computer virus. Many customers entered a cool, sunny morning just to find empty doors. The Times said in a statement that Sunday's newspaper could also be affected.
According to the company, malware is suspected.
to our customers, "the Times said," but spending is likely to impact on the printing and delivery of Sunday newspapers. "
Regional issues of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, Downtown was also affected, the company said.
The problem "caused delayed and incomplete printing by the Los Angeles Times, the San Diego Union-Tribune and other publications, As a result, many home delivery customers experienced late deliveries this morning, and some customers may not have received their newspaper. "
Readers of Los Angeles and San Diego newspapers who owned were asked to view the print edition, such as digital editions online.