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BEWARE! CIRCLES LIFE CAN ANYHOW DEDUCT UR MOBILE DATA, THINK TWICE B4 SIGNING UP

Didn't know Circles.Life can just deduct your mobile data as and when they like. Those who are intending to sign with them, better think twice. I'm posting this to expose your ridiculous way of deducting my data. Therefore I can warn other people who are intending to sign up with you guys

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BEWARE OF HIDDEN AUTORUN VIDEO ON SOCCERNET, IT BLEW UP MY DATA LIMIT

For those who have a habit of surfing ESPN soccernet site or using its app on handphone, pls take note of the embedded video in each article which is hidden but auto-run while loading. Just reading a few articles w/o knowing that the hidden videos have been eating up your data, could easily utilised 500mb or more data per day. I kena abt 700mb on 2 days and 1gb on 1 day just for this month.

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SINGTEL CHARGED ELDERLY LADY $256.50 FOR 50MB OF DATA USAGE

I am raising this issue for everyone's awareness, especially for those with elderly parents or grandparents using smart phones. My 70-year old mother uses a non-smart phone, subscribing to Singtel’s voice call only plan (3G Classic 100). On 5 Aug this year, she tried switching to a new smart phone and inserted her SIM card into the new phone. Unknown to her, the data roaming function in the new phone was activated and she ended up using 50MB of data. Singtel is billing her $256.50 for the 50MB of data usage.

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POLICE DATA: ONE WOMAN IS RAPED EVERY TWO DAYS IN SINGAPORE

In the past week, the High Court saw the sentencing for four cases of rape. During the hearings, rape statistics from the police were used by the prosecution. Based on data from the Singapore Police Force, on average a rape occurs every two days in Singapore. This include cases of consensual sex between men and underage girls.

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SECURITY FIRM SHOWS XIAOMI SMARTPHONES SECRETLY STEALING CUSTOMER'S PHONE CONTACT LIST

Following allegations that Xiaomi phones may be silently uploading user details to a remote server, Finnish security firm F-Secure set out to investigate. The firm has now published a blog detailing how a brand new Xiaomi RedMi 1S smartphone silently uploaded a users' phone number, the network being used, the phone's IMEI number, as well as the phone's entire list of contacts to a Xiaomi server.

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Change passwords, eBay tells users after major cyberattack

US online giant eBay said Wednesday cyberattackers broke into its database with customer names, passwords and other personal data earlier this year. The California company said it was notifying its customers, and urging them to change passwords to protect their personal and financial information. An eBay statement said the database was compromised between late February and early March and "included eBay customers' name, encrypted password, email address, physical address, phone number and date of birth."

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