Youth warned about increasing dependence on the internet Program on cyber and social crime awareness in Mangalayatan University

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A cyber and social crime awareness program was organized at Mangalayatan University. The program was organized under the aegis of the Uttar Pradesh Crime Prevention Committee. Cyber security expert Dr. Rakshit Tandon warned the youth about the increasing dependence on the internet. Along with the advantages of the internet, there are also disadvantages. Currently, cyber crime is increasing. Explained closely in relation to what is cybercrime and how it can be controlled. He told that smartphone users should keep their email ID the most secure. Before downloading any app, press the agree button only when you have read all its data protection rules. To avoid cyber criminals, it is necessary to have the right knowledge of technology.
Aligarh’s DSP Crime RK Sisodia gave information regarding how cyber-related crimes are dealt with. He said that the police is ready for the prevention of cyber crimes, in this the participation and awareness of the general public is necessary. Dr. Umesh Sharma, Chairman, Uttar Pradesh Crime Committee, Lucknow said that ever since the increase in communication services, incidents of cyber crimes have started increasing. Former Secretary of District Bar Association Hathras Radha Madhav Sharma also expressed his views related to cyber law. The students said that the information they have received from organizing the program to avoid cybercrime while using smartphones is very important. Organizer Secretary/Jail Visitor District Jail Aligarh Shubham Maheshwari and his team member Vishal Sharma. At the beginning of the program, the Head of the Department of Law, Dr. Haider Ali felicitated the guests. Pro. Thanks, Siddharth Jain. On this occasion, Prof. Rajiv Sharma, Prof. Anurag Shakya, Dr. Vikas Sharma, Dr. Rajesh Upadhyay, Dr. Talat Anjum, Dr. Mamta Rani, Dr. Niyati Sharma, Jitendra Yadav, Ali Akhtar, Luv Mittal, Mohan Maheshwari, etc. were there. Manu Upadhyay, Dushyant Tiwari, Devendra, Prashvi, Khushboo, Charlie, Alisha, Akshay, and Anjul supported the students.

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