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MINDEF to open computer systems to hackers so that vulnerabilities can be found and fixed

The Internet-facing systems include the Ministry of Defence’s website, NS Portal and eHealth, according to the ministry.

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In many countries, unjustified attacks on police have eventually led to the weakening of law enforcement. We do not intend to let that happen in Singapore.

Singapore Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam

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… People were burning out, they weren’t resting and they weren’t using (their unlimited paid leave). A lot of them started saying: 'I don’t know if I’m entitled to; I kind of feel guilty because I don’t know if I’ve earned it.'

SGAG co-founder Karl Mak

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When I saw the hands on the railing … I told myself that I cannot let go of her. I must save her.

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