Trivandrum: Five years after they cheated more than 600 of their employees and other job aspirants of nearly Rs.10 crores, the Kerala Police have finally arrested two of the promoters of the now defunct IT company, Aryans Infoway, which had its offices in Technopark, Trivandrum and elsewhere. Out of five accused in the case, Jayakrishnan, 36 and his father, Karunakaran Nair, 74 are the arrested, and the Police is hopeful of catching the others soon.
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New Delhi: The Union Government today approved a Scheme under 12th Five Year Plan for carrying out an Anti Piracy Initiative in the audio-visual sector. This new scheme of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting has an outlay of Rs. 2 crores for the Plan period 2012-17.
Trivandrum: Watch out if you are a Malayalam movie buff and see them online. In a major crackdown on online film piracy, the Anti Piracy Cell of Kerala Police has registered cases against more than 1,000 persons for illegally uploading or downloading / viewing the movie ‘Bachelor Party’ on Internet. More than 30,000 people are estimated to have seen the movie on the net and 1,010 IP addresses have been identified. Efforts are on to identify the remaining.
Trivandrum: The ever evolving technology is the biggest challenge for security agencies in ensuring cyber security. Investigation agencies probing cyber crimes in the country face major challenges with emergence of new technologies like cloud computing, mobile applications and wireless technology. This is the main takeaway from c0c0n 2012, the two day International Cyber Security and Policing Conference that got off to a start in Trivandrum today.
Trivandrum: According to statistics released by the Hi-Tech Crime Enquiry Cell (HTCEC) of the Kerala Police, Kochi has recorded the highest number of cases in the State in the last two years. The overall statistics also show that the cyber crime rate is on the rise in Kerala. HTCEC is a formal set up at the Police Headquarters to handle Cyber Crimes and other techno based crimes in Kerala.
Tvm: The Anti Piracy Cell of Kerala Police has registered cases against three websites for uploading and sharing pirated versions of Malayalam movies on their site. These file sharing sites are desitorrentz.com, moviejockey.com and malluvision.com. Each of these websites has more than 3 lakh registered users and is popular among Malayalee netizens.
Tvm: Kerala Director General of Police, Jacob Punnoose IPS, has termed as baseless the news report about the alleged surveillance of email ids belonging to Muslims in the State, including those of Muslim League leaders and journalists, by the Intelligence Department of Kerala Police. In a press release, he clarified that neither the Police Officials nor the Government has hacked any email id or instructed any agency to hack into any email accounts. The DGP said it was unfortunate that such reports were being propagated to disturb the communal harmony in Kerala.
- Kerala Chief Minister orders probe into alleged email hacking
- Two day workshop on Cyber Security concludes at IMG
- Doctor in Police net for creating fake website with defamatory videos
- Youth arrested for posting morphed TV journos’ photos online
- Beware of fake Income Tax Refund emails
- Techie alleges Copyright violation by News Portal
- Kerala websites reel under cyber attacks
- Veterinary Doctor gets the boot for blogging comments on Minister
- Forward Pinarayi jokes at your risk, one arrested
- KSEB fake SMS & Complaint website insider’s job
- Beware of fake KSEB SMS & Complaint website
- KSRTC website hacked
- Magazine Editor arrested for online defamatory article
- Dial 1800-266-8001 for Cyber Crime helpline
- Janamaithri & Residents Associations takes up Cyber Crime awareness
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