HIV-positive man duped authorities with doctor's blood sample
After meeting online, American Mikhy Farrera Brochez got into a romantic relationship in 2007 with Ler Teck Siang, a local general practitioner (GP). Brochez, now 33, moved to Singapore a year later and in order to stay here, applied for an Employment Pass (EP) and...
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The duo at the centre of HIV Registry leak: Who are Singaporean doctor Ler Teck Siang and US fraudster Mikhy Farrera-Brochez?SINGAPORE - The duo at the centre of the HIV Registry leak were boyfriends who hatched a plot to trick the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) into issuing one of them an employment pass.. Read more at straitstimes.com. funny that this trash who has fake passport and leaked private information is an AMERICAN, not a chinese.
Data of 14,200 with HIV leaked online by American fraudster who was deported from hereMikhy Farrera-Brochez, the man behind the leak, was jailed in 2017 for fraud and drug-related offences and lying about his own HIV status. His partner was doctor Ler Teck Siang who was head of MOH's National Public Health Unit and had access to the HIV Registry for his work.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Singapore...no standard...world class city? Better stay away.. Well done world's highest paid health minister!
HIV-positive status of 14,200 people in Singapore leaked online by American fraudster: MOHThe HIV-positive status of 14,200 people, and their identification numbers and contact details have been leaked online by an American fraudster, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Monday (28 January). The records belonged to 5,400 Singaporeans diagnosed with HIV up to January 2013 and 8,800 foreigners
HIV-positive status of 14,200 people leaked online by American fraudster: Singapore MOHThe HIV-positive status of 14,200 people and their identification numbers and contact details have been leaked online by an American fraudster, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Monday (28 January). The records belonged to 5,400 Singaporeans diagnosed with HIV up to January 2013 and 8,800 foreigners Cybersecurity tops in singapore. Again
Groups say HIV info leak may prevent people from getting testedAdvocacy groups have condemned the HIV registry information leak, describing it as a violation of the privacy of those living with the disease. The worry is the incident could have a damaging psychological effect on those with the human immunodeficiency virus and create...
Information of 14,200 HIV sufferers leaked by doctor's US boyfriendAs head of the National Public Health Unit (NPHU), he was trusted with the confidential information of patients who had been diagnosed with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Ler Teck Siang's mishandling of the information however, has led to the leak of the personal...
Action for AIDS: 'Deeply troubled' by HIV data leak, potential damage to lives of affected personsNon-governmental organisation Action for AIDS (AFA) on Monday (January 28) said the group is deeply troubled by the data leak from the Ministry of Health's HIV registry.
Data of 14,200 with HIV leaked online: What you need to know about the caseSINGAPORE - The Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Monday (Jan 28) that confidential information of 14,200 people diagnosed with HIV was leaked online.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Confidential information of 14,200 individuals with HIV ‘illegally disclosed online’: MOH