Friday, December 19, 2014   

Hacking incidents rise
(01-21 15:19)

Internet security experts say they have recorded 1,600 incidents in Hong Kong last year, a 52 percent increase over 2012.
The Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre says it also identified thousands of cases where hackers had compromised people's computers.
Senior Consultant at the Centre, Leung Siu-cheong, urged people to take internet security seriously.
   
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Protesters may need to pay for damage to property (12-17 18:00)
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