PPCRV website hacked
Philippine Daily Inquirer
Even the website of election watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV), which is certainly not a government group, was not spared by hackers protesting the new cybercrime law.
PPCRV chairperson Henrietta de Villa, however, on Sunday chose to see the incident as a “moment of grace.”
“Our website was hacked, which was a blessing in disguise because it gave us the opportunity to renew the design and set up features that will it more [interactive],” De Villa told reporters over the weekend.
She said the site was hacked by “Anonymous Philippines,” the same group that claimed responsibility for the cyber attacks on government web sites in the last few days. Jocelyn R. Uy
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