Skip to comments.Govt evolves strategy to deal with social media misuse
Posted on 09/16/2012 9:39:29 AM PDT by ATOMIC_PUNK
Taking serious note of recent misuse of internet and social media, the government has formulated a three-pronged strategy including setting up of a cyber surveillance agency which can forewarn about any such malicious intent.
During the meeting, it was decided to have an "effective monitoring system, comprising duly tasked and technologically empowered cyber monitoring and surveillance agencies which can report build up in time and forewarn government of any malicious use of the internet and social media."
It was also decided to prepare a legal regime approved by the government, which fills the existing gaps in the Information Technology Act for dealing with such situation, including deterring malicious use of the internet and social media.
(Excerpt) Read more at moneycontrol.com ...
Not for the goverment to say.
Hey, gov’t dunderheads! Could you please define “malicious”?
For example, “Obemba is a dumb, ignorant narcissist”.
Is that “malicious”?
This is a good way to start the Rveolution iI.
Where is the ACLU? They’ve been awfully quiet lately.
“Where is the ACLU? Theyve been awfully quiet lately.”
Check out how they got their start and you’ll understand.
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