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  • NPC: Too early to determine cause of surge in ‘Facebook clones’

    first_imgMANILA – The National Privacy Commission (NPC) said social media platform Facebook have already started its crackdown on the surge of dummy accounts in the Philippines. “They (Facebook) just reported to us that they have already taken down many of these supposed or alleged impostor sites. Complaints continue to stream in, and they’re acting on these complaints,” NPC commissioner Raymund Liboro told CNN Philippines’ The Source. He disclosed that it is still too early to determine the cause on the sudden proliferation of the fraudulent Facebook accounts.“We understand that investigations of this type require also a little time and due diligence on their part, especially since Facebook has launched their own global response to this,” he added.Liboro also said that it is still “too early to determine” whether the case was brought about by an internal glitch or by external factors.“It’s either an internal glitch as they call it, or also, it could be the work of an external force,” Liboro said. “There’s a range of possibilities. We do not want to second guess at this point or offer any conjectures about this occurrence.”“We will have to wait for their technical review, for evidence to accompany any determination about what happened. It’s too early to determine anything at this point,” he added.The NTC commissioner is also optimistic that the Facebook could give them a report within the week due to its security and privacy aspects.“I suppose and I expect Facebook will not tolerate the creation of impostor accounts or dummy accounts. It really undermines their business model. It undermines their image as a platform that can be trusted,” Liboro said./PNlast_img read more

  • Atlètico Madrid’s Anfield masterclass halts Liverpool’s Champions League title defense

    first_img Source: BBC Sports Ivory Coast FA elections: Asamoah Gyan backs Didier Drogba Holders Liverpool are out of the Champions League after a dramatic last-16 second leg against Atletico Madrid went into extra time – and a finely balanced game turned on a catastrophic blunder by goalkeeper Adrian.Jurgen Klopp’s side – seeking to win the trophy for the seventh time – thought they had overturned Atletico’s 1-0 advantage from the first leg when Roberto Firmino’s first goal at Anfield this season at the start of the added 30 minutes gave them the lead in the tie. Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak made nine saves against Liverpool RelatedPosts Georginio Wijnaldum’s first-half header was the full reward for Liverpool laying siege to the Atletico goal for much of the first 90 minutes.And yet, as the Kop sensed another memorable Champions League victory, Adrian – deputizing for the injured Alisson – paid the price for a dreadful clearance as substitute Marcos Llorente pounced with a low finish to secure Atletico’s crucial away goal.Llorente struck again with another composed finish in the 105th minute and with the spirit draining out of Liverpool and their supporters, former Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata adding insult to injury with a third in the dying seconds to send Atletico through to the last eight.Alisson’s absence proves decisiveThis game was, in many respects, a tale of two goalkeepers.The magnificent Jan Oblak formed a formidable barrier for Atletico Madrid, his yellow shirt a colossal presence in his penalty area as he made nine saves and claimed countless crosses.In contrast, Liverpool’s mammoth effort was fatally undermined by the hapless Adrian, who also made an error that contributed to their FA Cup fifth-round defeat by Chelsea.The Reds had finally established a measure of control through Firmino’s goal, but once Adrian had hacked out a hopeless clearance and Llorente’s shot beyond him into the net at the Kop end, Atletico were ruthless.Klopp looked and sounded suitably downcast last week when he announced his world-class Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson had suffered a hip injury, knowing he could make the difference to a Champions League tie that was always going to be decided on the finest of margins.And so it proved, Liverpool’s morale and fighting spirit disappearing visibly after Adrian’s mistake.Liverpool will still complete the formalities of their first Premier League title but they pride themselves on their status as European champions and this was a painful night.Atletico deserve huge creditAtletico Madrid arrived at Anfield with the usual reminders of how the stadium’s atmosphere has broken the nerve and resilience of even the elite teams in the Champions League – as Barcelona found out in last season’s semi-finals.Diego Simeone and his players are made of sterner stuff than that. They may have been under pressure for much of this game but not once did they buckle as they faced up to Liverpool’s intensity and came out on top.Atletico simply loves defending, each goal conceded almost a personal insult to Simeone – who seemed to relish Anfield’s atmosphere – and his players.After Llorente scored Atletico’s second, even Liverpool looked like a side who knew there was no way they would score two goals in such limited time to progress.The La Liga side’s approach may not be a thing of beauty but they are a brilliantly drilled team and this was another landmark triumph for the master coach Simeone.Man of the match – Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid) ‘I’m happy at Crystal Palace’ – Jordan Ayew says amid transfer speculation ‘We want to play in big competitions’ – Jordan Ayew targets European spot with Crystal Palace Tags: Atletico MadridLiverpool FClast_img read more