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'Maya Web' : Seminar on Cybercrime

'Maya Web' : Seminar on Cybercrime

Citizen Voice Coimbatore and State Bank of India organized a seminar on cyber crimes on the topic 'Maya Web' at Bishop Appasamy College of Arts and Sciences. Coimbatore City Police Commissioner  Balakrishnan participated as the chief guest and delivered a special speech. 

Dilip Singh Yadav, General Manager, State Bank of India, Bishop Appaswamy Arts College Principal Jemima Winston, Citizen Voice Coimbatore President Jayaraman, Administrators, A large number of students and public attended. 

Coimbatore Police Commissioner told the reporters  'This programme is for creating awareness about cybercrime,  on the morals about using social networking sites, what information to share and what not to share.  The seminar elaborates on what kind of cyber crime is being committed,  especially the type of cyber crime that is being committed against young men and women students. 

There are cells that monitor the media. It monitors information that causes conflict between the two groups. 
So, steps are being taken to control such information. Toll Free No 1930 can be used to report any cyber crime within 24 hours and appropriate action will be taken and the lost money will be recovered. And recently complaints about 5G are being received. Therefore, the public should be careful', he said.