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WASHINGTON: The hackers' targets: the former head of cybersecurity for the U.S. Air Force.None was warned by the FBI.The FBI declined to answer most questions from AP about how it responded to the spying operation.Only two told the AP they learned of the hacking attempts from the FBI.A year later, Philips has yet to hear anything from the FBI.Among them: a former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, retired Lt. Gen. Patrick Hughes; a former head of Air Force Intelligence, retired Lt. Gen. David Deptula; a former defense undersecretary, Eric Edelman; and a former director of cybersecurity for the Air Force, retired Lt. Gen. Mark Schissler.Some targets of Fancy Bear's spying said they don't blame the FBI for not notifying them.
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