Cyber Crime

Cyber Crime

Roundtable

Easier resolution demanded for online violence against women

ActionAid Bangladesh organised a roundtable on 'Prevention of online violence against women: Challenges and the way ahead'

Easier resolution demanded for online violence against women

Cyber bullying against women is increasing: IGP

The country’s women are increasingly becoming victims of cyber bullying, inspector general of police Benazir Ahmed said on Tuesday

Inspector general of police Benazir Ahmed

Online safety must ensure women's freedom

We want the proper implementation of law to prevent violence against women online. It is the liability of the government to ensure that no one is spared after committing a cybercrime

Editorial

3 jailed for 10 years over cybercrimes in Pabna

A special tribunal on Monday sentenced three persons to 10 years in jail on charge of their involvement in derogatory publicity about prophet Hazrat Muhammd (PBUH) and pornography.

3 jailed for 10 years over cybercrimes in Pabna

Govt seeks control over people’s personal information

The draft says the government could collect any information of a person with his/her consent and use those whenever necessary

Govt seeks control over people’s personal information

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Relatively less cyber crimes are planned

Organised criminal gangs basically hacked into users of Facebook, Imo, bKash, Nagad and such accounts to filch funds, said Golam Rasul of CTTC’s Cyber Security and Crime Division

Relatively less cyber crimes are planned

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Cybercrime: Highest number of cases in Dhaka, next Chattogram

These cases have been filed for posting up damaging photographs and information of women, objectionable statements and comments about the prime minister, Bangabandhu, local MPs and Awami League ...

An illustration picture shows a projection of binary code on a man holding a laptop computer

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Cybercrime: 97 per cent cases dismissed

The BNP-Jamaat government in 2006 enacted the ICT act to deal with cyber crimes. In 2013 the Awami League government formed the cyber tribunal. Till September last year, 2658 cases were lodged with ...

Cybercrime: 97 per cent cases dismissed

Social media can turn into a nightmare

Social awareness is the most important thing to address offences related to social media harassment.

increases use of social media has also led to increase abuse of social media

Pegasus snooping scandal

India Opposition stick to demand for probe

Congress Chief Whip in Rajya Sabha Jairam Ramesh had alleged that the House is not functioning because the government is not agreeing to the legitimate demands of the parties

Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor and Opposition party MPs hold placards during a protest against the Central Government over the Pegasus snooping issue in front of Gandhi Statue, in New Delhi on 23 July 2021
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