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The personal and bank information of 240 Nanyang Polytechnic alumni has been stolen and leaked online. Chinese evening daily Lianhe Wanbao reported on Monday that one of the alumni affected, Mr Ho, was informed of the security breach last week through a letter from the school.

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Teo Ho Pin, don’t try to fool us with your feeble answers

Dr Teo, can you please not change the subject or try to fool Singaporeans with your feeble answers that there was no security breach when a security breach indeed happened. The 5 kids managed to breach your 3 layers of security and if kids can overcome these measures, there is serious doubt as to how effective they are. Your answer shows that you, like many of your fellow MPs, are not in touch with the ground, that is to say you don’t know what is really happening. Singaporeans are starting to lose faith in PAP and your incoherent speech did nothing to reduce that but rather re-enforce why Singaporeans should not vote for PAP any more.

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Trespass incident: MPs call for review of border security

Urging the authorities to review and step up border security, Members of Parliament (MPs) yesterday expressed shock and disappointment at the recent breach at the Woodlands Checkpoint, which saw a Malaysian woman drive into Singapore, evade immigration clearance and stay here for three days before she was arrested for trespassing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). The woman has been charged with criminal trespass and has been remanded at the Institute of Mental Health for psychiatric evaluation, the police said.

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