Leni warns vs spoofed emails

Published July 13, 2020, 3:28 PM

by Raymund Antonio

Vice President Leni Robredo warned against the email spoofing of her office about the recently signed Anti-Terror Law.

(OVP / MANILA BULLETIN)

Robredo, a lawyer, said the circulating emails related to the new measure did not come from her office.

“We have confirmed that this message was not sent from our email address,” she said in a Twitter post.

The Vice President denied they had sent an email using the address “[email protected]” which had the subject “Anti-Terror Law.” The email contained a message which goes, “Get woke go broke.”

”We are looking into the possibility that this may be another case of spoofing, similar to what we have experienced before,” she said.

Robredo was referring to the same email address that sent a message cursing Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa two years ago.

The Vice President previously sought enough safeguards to prevent abuses in the implementation of the Anti-Terror Law or Republic Act 11479.

President Duterte signed the controversial measure last June 3. It has been opposed by various groups for its “questionable” provisions.

 
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