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Red Cross Website Hacked, 4,297 SG Accounts Potentially Exposed

Red Cross Website Hacked, 4,297 SG Accounts Potentially Exposed

The Singapore Red Cross becomes the latest Singapore entity to have its website hacked, thus exposing potentially the data of about 4,297 potential Singaporean blood donors. The unauthorized access happened on May 8th, but the leak was only made public by the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) on 16 May.

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MAN CHARGED FOR INVOLVEMENT IN MULTINATIONAL ONLINE VICE RING

Suspected operators of vice website Laksaboy were arrested and two vice syndicates crippled in a series of raids conducted by the police on Thursday. Saw Yan Long, 29, was charged for an offence under the Women's Charter for living on part of the earnings of a 39-year-old Thai national between June 29 and July 19. Saw is suspected of involvement in a multinational online vice ring.

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AMOS YEE DIDN'T WANT TO KILL MUSLIMS, DUMB S'POREANS & ASS WEBSITE ARE PIECES OF SHIT

Unlike what retarded A.S.S reported, Amos did not want to kill all muslims. Singaporeans need to understand context before they start judging you retarded shits. Amos did write ‘I demand the killing of all muslims because I disagree with their beliefs’, but in front of that there was a hashtag in arabic. This shows that AllSingaporeStuff are amateur and do not get sufficient amount of information before they publish their wretched articles, and should go fuck themselves.

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CPF WEBSITE DOWN SINCE MONDAY DUE TO "TECHNICAL ISSUES"

CPF online services: Selected online services are now available on the CPF website. We are working to restore online services fully as soon as possible. During this time, members may experience slower response time. Our online services are currently unavailable due to technical issues arising from the recent website upgrade. We are working with our IT vendor to resume online services as soon as possible. The website informational pages are unaffected.

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