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Controversy around extreme-right member of Polish government

Controversy around extreme-right member of Polish government

(POLAND): A new member of Poland‘s right-wing government has appealed on for public support amid a political storm over his previous far-right and anti-West statements. The controversial appointment of as deputy minister for digital affairs comes at the start of a year of elections that will be crucial for the […]

Odisha police to set up social media monitoring lab to tackle online crimes

Odisha police to set up social media monitoring lab to tackle online crimes

BHUBANESWAR: have decided to set up a social media monitoring laboratory to keep tabs on people, who spread fake, hate and objectionable messages, photos and videos on instant messaging platforms. In order to acquire knowledge on the techniques of cyber monitoring, the police headquarters invited , an associate professor with […]

‘FB tracks even those users who do not use app’

‘FB tracks even those users who do not use app’

LONDON: A new research has found that tracks even those Android who do not use the . Facebook routinely tracks users, non users and logged out users outside its , said the study by UKbased charity . App developers share data with Facebook through the Facebook Software Development Kit, showed […]

INLD students’ wing member booked for ‘fake news’ on CM

INLD students’ wing member booked for ‘fake news’ on CM

GURUGRAM: The IT cell of BJP has filed a police complaint against a member of Indian National Students Organisation (the student wing of INLD) and others for allegedly spreading fake news attributed to chief minister . An FIR has been registered at Cyber Crime police station. In his complaint, the […]

Poet harassed over photo on social media

Poet harassed over photo on social media

KOLKATA: Hours after a social media user, reportedly residing in Krishnagore, posted a photograph of poet and made derogatory remarks about him, senior office bearers of the Trinamool Chhatra Parishad approached cops and claimed it was an attempt to spew hatred by men who wanted to spread communal messages in […]

Plaint filed over morphed Jesus, nun pictures in Facebook

Plaint filed over morphed Jesus, nun pictures in Facebook

MANGALURU: The has a with the against a person who made on and other social media demeaning Jesus Christ and Christian nuns. Rolphy D’Costa, president of Catholic Sabha, alleged that when everyone was celebrating Christmas, a person named Ravindragowda Patil wrote derogatory remarks about Jesus Christ and nuns. Patil pictures […]

10 months on, no headway in Rs 10 lakh cheating case

10 months on, no headway in Rs 10 lakh cheating case

AMBALA: A local city resident was duped of Rs 10 lakh for purchasing Patanjali agency and filed a complaint to the police on February 5, 2018. It is since then that investigation into the case is still going on. On the complaint of Anoop Aggarwal, a resident Sector 8, City, […]

How ‘Abu Huzaifa’ is radicalising Indian youths

How ‘Abu Huzaifa’ is radicalising Indian youths

NEW DELHI: The self-styled terror module busted by the national intelligence agency on Wednesday was being controlled by an online entity by the name of “Abu Huzaifa al Bakistani” who has been handling close to two dozen youths through various online platforms. Sources said this entity is recruiting and radicalising […]

3 Telangana siblings die in US house blaze

3 Telangana siblings die in US house blaze

HYDERABAD: Three teenaged siblings hailing from Nalgonda in who had gone for a Christmas party in , US, died in a massive fire on Tuesday. Their relatives told TOI here on Wednesday that Sathwika Naik (16), Suhan Naik (15) and Jaya Suchith (14) had gone to a house in Tennessee’s […]

Cybercrime: Less than 50% cases solved in 2018

Cybercrime: Less than 50% cases solved in 2018

Hyderabad: In 2018, there has been a rise in cases in Hyderabad, but less than 50% were solved. Police said that for the past three years, cases of cybercrime have been rising. “In 2016, recorded 288 cases. This number rose to 325 in 2017 and, this year, till December 13, […]