Keeping in view the terror threats and need of a cyber security, the government of India will very soon be able to crackdown on those users who are
allegedly involved in illegal activities of sending e-mails vis-à-vis using social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook and You Tube.
A watch dog is keeping a close watch on not only the internet users but even on the chats, contents, mails, searches, updates and mails floated by
The Cabinet Committee for Security Affairs (CCSA) has approved a plan of Rs 450 crore for several intelligence agencies under which a high tech
internet traffic monitoring system is being installed to keep a watch on the terrestrial network, satellites and even the marine cables.
The National Technical Research Organization (NTRO) has been entrusted with the task of monitoring the technical command of the plan and has been
allotted an initial budget of Rs 20 crore for the purpose.
About 53 monitoring modules have been established in different parts of the country. These modules are being linked to a central system to open
encrypted messages and supervising contents.
The Intelligence Bureau (IB), the National Investigation Agency (NIA), Military Intelligence (MI), Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), Department of
Telecommunication (DOT), C-DOT, Telecom Engineering Centre (TEC) and Information Technology Department will jointly conduct the working of the