They’re doing all that they can to resolve the matter
The Comission on Elections has issued an apology on the leaked voter database debacle earlier tonight right after a group made an easily searchable website of millions and millions of Filipino voter’s information, including addresses, full names, and other sensitive personal information.
The spokesperson of Comelec, lawyer James Jimenez, says that they are doing what they can to resolve the matter.
“I apologize for this continuing attack on your privacy,” he said in a statement.
He has also suggested that people change their email addresses and passwords to protect themselves against the threat of fraud, as well as contact credit card companies and other financial institutions.
“Tayong lahat po. Palitan email addresses and passwords; contact credit card company to tell them maaring damay kayo,” he said.
We strongly suggest that anybody reading this to follow the three steps we outlined in this article. Additionally, it’s also a good idea to contacty your financial institution and instruct them to contact you before any sizable transaction is made remotely to help guard against fraud.