MPD chief Dizon’s Facebook page hacked
The Philippine National Police (PNP) has tapped the help of the Anti-Cybercrime Group in recovering the Facebook page of Manila Police District (MPD) chief Police Brigadier General Andre Dizon which was hacked Thursday.
“Nahack ulit yung Facebook page ni district director, ngayon nagpapatulong tayo sa Anti-Cybercrime ng national headquarters ng Camp Crame para makuha ulit natin yung Facebook page,” said MPD spokesperson Police Major Philipp Ines to GMA News Online.
(The district director's Facebook page was hacked again. We've asked the Anti-Cybercrime unit at the national headquarters of Camp Crame to help retrieve the Facebook page.)
Ines said it's the second time that Dizon's Facebook page has been hacked.
“[At] para malaman natin kung sino ang naghack at kung sasampahan siya ng kaso kung sakali ma-identify,” he added.
(And also to identify the suspect and file appropriate charges.)
He said the PNP Anti-Cybercrime Group will also coordinate with Facebook Philippines regarding the incident.
“Yung una pinadala natin sa Anti-Cybercrime sa Crame then ang Cybercrime sa Crame makikipagcoordinate sila sa Facebook Philippines para maayos yun. Same rin sa gagawin ngayon. Nahack kasi pangalawang beses na eh,” he said.
(In the first hacking incident, we sent it to the Anti-Cybercrime unit in Crame. They then coordinated with Facebook Philippines to retrieve it. We will try that again since it's already the second time) —Richa Noriega/ VAL, GMA Integrated News