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Two youths arrested under cyber crime after hacking another facebook and posting obscene pictures

Kolkata, Jan 5 (UNI) Police arrested two youths for alleged hacking another facebook account and posting obscenes photos and messages to his girl friends, Bidhangar police said today.

Lalbazar’s anti crime squad after receiving a complaint from Sandip Sadhukhan, a resident of Ultadanga, swung into action and found Avirup Pal and Ankush Dutta hacked Sadhukhan’s facebook account and posted ob-scene photos and messages to his some known girl-friends.

Avirup, a B Tech student, was from Subash Nagar in Dum Dum and Ankush was from Biarati was a student of media science.

The duo have been arrested under cyber crime act on Wednesday night and sent to a local court for further remand.

UNI PC AKM.

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Quarter of Turkish youths exposed to cyber bullying: Technology authority

Cansu Şimşek – ISTANBUL

A quarter of young people in Turkey are exposed to cyber bullying at least once in their lifetime, according to the head of the country’s Information and Communication Technologies Authority (BTK).

“Some 25 percent of young people are exposed to bullying via mobile phones or the Internet. Eleven percent of them say that embarrassing or damaging photographs of them have been taken and shared without their permission. More than half of young people say they do not trust their families so do not tell them when they are targeted by cyber bullying,” said BTK head Ömer Fatih Sayan, commenting on a new initiative “Don’t be a cyber bully,” started in partnership with technology giant Samsung.

“In comparison, while 21 percent of Internet users in Canada are exposed to cyber bullying, this figure is 20 percent in the United Kingdom,” Sayan added.

Sertel Şıracı, a lawyer specialized on informatics, touched

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Bullied: Youths face cyber, schoolyard bullies

VALDOSTA – Television sitcoms portray bullies in cliched ways: a leather jacket, a snarky attitude, a deep-seated anger issue. 



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Bullying

By the end of the show, the fictitious bullies typically have an emotional breakthrough that tears away their hard exterior, revealing the kindness beneath.

Unfortunately, that is not real life.

Bullying, whatever form it takes,

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VALDOSTA – Television sitcoms portray bullies in cliched ways: a leather jacket, a snarky attitude, a deep-seated anger issue. 



Download PDF

Bullying

By the end of the show, the fictitious bullies typically have an emotional breakthrough that tears away their hard exterior, revealing the kindness beneath.

Unfortunately, that is not real life.

Bullying, whatever form it takes,

Read more at: http://www.valdostadailytimes.com/news/local_news/bullied-youths-face-cyber-schoolyard-bullies/article_571223a5-0d3d-5bea-a5bd-c8870d760a89.html

Lagos charges youths to shun cyber crime

LAGOS State government has called on youths in the country to shun cyber-crime and channel their energy into worthwhile ventures, saying that as the future belonged to them, they must make it count through pragmatic approach.

The State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Steve Ayorinde, gave the admonition on Sunday night at the launch of a book, titled: “It’s your time, make it count,” written by Adeniran Bamisaye.

“You have great roles to play, shun internet fraud and don’t be carried away by crime in the society,” he admonished.

The commissioner, while lamenting that many youths while away their time in ventures that were not profitable, also admonished them to identify with their talents and used them for the benefits of the nation.

Saying that as the future belonged to the youths, they must make it count

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Lagos charges youths to shun cyber crime – Tribune – Nigerian Tribune

LAGOS State government has called on youths in the country to shun cyber-crime and channel their energy into worthwhile ventures, saying that as the future belonged to them, they must make it count through pragmatic approach.

The State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Steve Ayorinde, gave the admonition on Sunday night at the launch of a book, titled: “It’s your time, make it count,” written by Adeniran Bamisaye.

“You have great roles to play, shun internet fraud and don’t be carried away by crime in the society,” he admonished.

The commissioner, while lamenting that many youths while away their time in ventures that were not profitable, also admonished them to identify with their talents and used them for the benefits of the nation.

Saying that as the future belonged to the youths, they must make it count

Read more at: http://tribuneonlineng.com/lagos-charges-youths-shun-cyber-crime/

Mickela: Protect youths from cyber-bullying

Attorney Mickela Panday has lamented that there are no laws to protect vulnerable children and teenagers from cyber-bullying.

Speaking to reporters following a panel discussion on cyber-bullying at Naparima College, San Fernando yesterday, Panday noted that the Cyber Crime Bill, which had been allowed to lapse during the 2014/2015 parliamentary sitting, had now been placed before a Joint Select Committee.

“I have heard nothing of it since and I will be inquiring as what is happening because it is so important. Cyber- bullying has increased throughout Trinidad and Tobago,” Panday said, adding, “Clause 18 deals with cyber-bullying but nothing has happened or is happening with that clause.” Asked whether there was legislation to deal with instances of cyber- bullying, she said, “As it stands right now, no.” “The issue is with the advent of the computer, you have snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, and there are different social platforms where kids can

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