http://in.news.yahoo.com/020122/54/1e7ea.html Tuesday January 22, 7:00 AM By Chennaionline News Service Chennai, Jan 21: Police had a social responsibility to prevent youngsters indulging in cyber crimes and also to ensure that cyber cafes were not made crime hubs, Tamil Nadu Director General of Police (Training) S Ganapathy, said today. It had become important to impart investigating skills of the police force to deal with cyber crimes, he said while inagurating a three-week capsule course on cyber crimes for officers of the rank of Dy Superintendents of Police, here. Speaking on the occasion, Director of Anna University's Centre for Professional Development Education, Dr Udaya Kumar, said as a result of the training, police would be equipped to deal with such cyber crimes in the future. "Human beings have not changed mentally. Mentally, they are still living in jungles. Only their tool of crime has changed over the ages," he said adding that it had become essential to supervise cyber highways. He cautioned that hackers could cause economic damage to the country. Na Vijayasankar, Managing Director, Cyber Law Solutions Ltd, Deputy Inspector General of Police (Training) K Radhakrishnan and Principal, Police Training College, M C Sarangan, also spoke on the occasion. - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email majordomoat_private with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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