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Businessman, student charged for Istana hacking
Student Melvin Teo, 17, was charged in court on Friday afternoon over the alleged hacking of the official website of Singapore President Tony Tan Keng Yam. Teo is accused of unauthorised modification of the contents of the Istana website, specifically for adding the phrase, "Patrick Tan for the win!". Businessman Delson Moo, 42, was also charged in court for unauthorised access and modification of the site. He allegedly added to the site an image of a woman pointing her middle finger as well as an insulting Hokkien phrase. Both of them are out on bail.
Two charged in English football fixing probe
Two Singaporean men suspected of fixing matches in lower-league English football were charged with conspiracy to defraud, prosecutors said. The men, alleged to be members of a Singapore-basedRead More »from Friday #sgroundup: Businessman, student charged for Istana hacking