The article is from the official website for the government of Chile. How would I cite this article in APA?

This is an article published on a government website, which falls under the category of reports in APA. To cite a report for a reference list, you should follow the following formula. Government Name. Name of the Government Organization. Title: Subtitle (Report No. [if specified]). Publisher.

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This article was published on a government website, which makes it a government publication. Government publications are not a specific category under the official APA guidelines. Instead, articles like these should fall under the category of technical research reports or brochures. To cite an article like this, you should follow the following formats to the best of your ability based off of the given information:

For an in-text citation for paraphrased information, you should cite it according to the following formula:

(Name of the Government Organization, Year)

For an in-text citation for information that was directly quoted, you should cite it according to the following formula:

(Name of the Government Organization, Year, Page Number)

For a list of references like a bibliography, you should follow the following formula:

Government Name. Name of the Government Organization. Title: Subtitle (Report No. [if specified]). Publisher.

If you retrieved an article like this from an online website, you should mention the site where you retrieved it from at the end of the citation. You should also include a link at the end.

For instance, if you wanted to cite this article for a reference list, you should list it as follows:

Government of Chile. (2018). President Piñera signs Bill to Fight Cybercrime. Retrieved from https://www.gob.cl/en/news/president-pinera-signs-bill-fight-cybercrime/

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