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Oh yeah, before I forget, I just saw what happens after you die and thereS always an after-life after your physical death too. I only ask that I be allowed to finish what I started,I only ask that all of us be allowed to liveI only ask for one thing and one thing only,Get me off this dying planet. -The Beach Boys Last Supper SongLast edited by Jughead; October 12th, 2016 at 10:27 AM. The official website of the Saitama Prefecture government was hacked on Monday, and the website of the prefecture and other government departments were replaced with a message reading, The Saitama Prefecture Government is currently being closed down. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your patronage for many years. The website was apparently hacked due to the recent controversy about the Plebiscite law that the prefecture plans to put on the ballot next year on whether same-sex marriage is permitted. Many of the sites pages appear to be blank or displaying an error message, such as Page not found. The site includes information about various activities and events being held by the prefecture including information about a rock festival, a festival for a childrens book and the Lonely Planet Guide Tokyo guidebook. The prefectures website for the last four years has also featured a message from its chairman of the Board of Equalization, Shunichiro Takahashi, reading, Thank you for your patronage for many years. We thank you for your continued support. 5 million will be kept for the next two years. For your convenience, all funds will be credited immediately. The prefecture website displays a link to an instruction page. Clicking on the link takes visitors to a landing page that lists a number of services, including tax and other information, including the governments own budget, and a contact page. It is not clear how the site was hacked, or why the link now directs to an error message. The Saitama prefecture website was not the only government site to be affected. An official of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government was hacked while his official website was displaying a message reading The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is now in complete shutdown. The page now has a link that takes visitors to a landing page that shows a number of government services, including budget and an account service. This article was originally published as Prefecture hacked into thank you message; others also hackedThe best way to get a feel for the new worldIve made it my lifes ambition to learn.

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