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ST tries to confuse The Messiah, prints Nov. 5 date as Oct. 5

Posted on 05 November 2013

The escalating game of one-upmanship shows no signs of stopping.

Today’s Nov. 5, 2013:


From the looks of it, things have been taken to the next level.

Not only has The Straits Times gone offline and went back to print newspaper only, to further thwart the plans of The Messiah hacker, they have also changed the date of today’s printed newspaper from Nov. 5 to Oct. 5.

Torrent Hernandez, ST’s editor said: “Neh neh ni boo boo, you cannot hack me.”





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