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Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, left, and CIA Director John Brennan, right, arrive on Capitol Hill in Washington, ,Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015, to testify before the House Intelligence Committee hearing on cyber attacks. Clapper told the committee that cyber attacks against American interests are likely to continue, in part because hackers face a low risk of consequences. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

(Bloomberg) — Hacking attacks designed to alter electronic data, rather than steal it, may grow more common as terrorists and criminals seek to undermine the integrity of financial markets in the future, the head of U.S. intelligence is warning lawmakers.

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