Student Activist Disagrees With Hackers Who Left Protest Message On UM Online Portals
University of Malaya's (UM) online portals recently became the target of hackers, who left protest messages supporting the movement started by graduate Wong Yan Ke
The message displayed on the website wrote, "I would rather die standing than live kneeling" and it included the hashtags #TolakRasis #UndurVC
The message is similar to that of a poster Wong shared on his Facebook profile earlier this week.
"If my words threaten those in power, so be it. If my pictures alarm the people, that is good. Your teeth come down, my sword goes up," it read.
Wong clarified with SAYS that he is not involved and disagrees with the act
He told SAYS, "I know nothing about computer science, and I didn't order anyone to do this on behalf of me."
He also added that he was surprised when he heard the news.
During his graduation ceremony, Wong went up on stage with a placard and shouted, "This is Malaysian land!":