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SSS computer glitch wipes out contributions of members




A computer glitch in the Social Security System (SSS) has wiped out the records of contributions of hundreds of thousands of members.

According to a report by ABS-CBN’s Alvin Elchico, the computer glitch occurred when the SSS digitized its records. Contributions made from 1985 to 1989 were not reflected in the SSS database, affecting hundreds of thousands of members. The SSS expects to fully fix the records by middle of 2017.


 

Watch the video below for the complete report.

source: ABS-CBN



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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7 Responses

  1. fcsean says:

    Noob walang backup

    • Notanoob says:

      Did you even watch the video? It wasn’t erased, the data was never entered in the first place. Ikaw yun noob. #vovo

    • Dude.. that title is so damn stupid.. isang tingin mo palang word is “wipe out”.. kahit sinong mag babasa nyan.. unang papasok sa isip nabura.. the media now a days sensationalized news just to get audience, sympathy, relevance and popularity.. hence.. i really don’t trust the media anymore.. I rather make more comparison to other news with same topic to check the accuracy of report, unbias and without prejudice.

  2. Klein says:

    Computer glitch… please watch Money Monster for more info.

  3. GLITCH NGA BA? OR A WAY TO WIPE OUT EVIDENCE OF A SCHEME.. hahaha

  4. yel says:

    ndi ko alam pero mukhang ngtatangatangahan na naman ang sektor na ‘to. sinisi niyo pa sa teknolohiya ung kamangmangan niyo sa paggamit nito.

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