MHA advisory to state govts on cyber crime
New Delhi: In what could be seen as an important move, the Ministry of Home Affairs has sent an advisory to all state governments for prevention and combating crime against children as far as cyber crime is concerned, according to sources.
As per sources, in a detailed advisory sent to states, MHA directive says that parents, teachers and owners should monitor and regulate social networking sites and services because it has seen that it hosts most of the obscene materials
which induce children to sexually explicit act and other crimes.
The advisory categorically says that websites hosting online gaming or children centric content must issue specific guidelines regarding internet safety.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Afzal Guru row: JNU Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar arrested
- Missing girl from Ghaziabad, Dipti Sarna returns; reunited with family
- DNA: Analysis on actions taken against students protesting at JNU
- DNA: Analysis on actions taken against students protesting at JNU - Part II
- Watch: How students at JNU showcased anti-India spirit! - Part II
- Kumar Vishwas' birthday bash: Ajit Doval, BJP and RSS leaders attend; Arvind Kejriwal missing
- Afzal Guru row: JNU students union president Kanhaiya Kumar arrested by Delhi Police
- Snapdeal employee Dipti Sarna reaches home, police and family remain tight-lipped over her recovery
- Was abducted, blindfolded for four hours; Snapdeal employee Dipti Sarna narrates her ordeal
- Fitoor movie review: Tabu overpowers, Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapur leave a lasting impact!