- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 09:51:10Facebook has age restriction of 13 to sign up to it, but often even parents facilitate their kids and change year of birth to create account
- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 10:01:26Never share your password with anyone with the exception of very young kids whose access and accounts should be supervised. Otherwise no one
- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 10:04:55There have been cases where kids have been kidnapped based on interactions with strangers over Facebook and Skype. Essential to be watchful.
- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 10:25:57If a shopkeeper says I'll go to the next shop to charge your card because our machine is not working, never allow it.They can copy your info
- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 10:28:05If you have bought a 70,000 rupee computer then don't cringe to purchase a 10,000 rupee original operating software to protect from malware.
- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 10:29:04FIA/NR3C can only take action against people who commit a crime in Pakistan. Not outside Pakistan. And on Internet there are no boundaries.
- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 10:32:44Online complaints can be made to FIA/NR3C through this online form: http://www.nr3c.gov.pk/creport.php A form has to be filled for there to be action
- — Bolo Bhi (@BoloBhi)Sat, Oct 03 2015 10:33:35Complaints are then verified, before initiating investigation. Some complaints don't always fall in the FIA/NR3C domain. Overlap with police
How to stay safe online: NR3C Presentation
The Deputy Director of the Federal Investigation Agency's National Centre on Cyber Crime (NR3C), delivered a presentation on how to stay safe online at the Children's Literature Festival in Islamabad.
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