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Cybercrime: Judges Discuss Cybercrime Threat | Telangana High Court Workshop | Hyderabad News | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

Hyderabad: Justice P Sam Koshy and Justice K Lakshman of the Telangana high court on Saturday called upon judges from various states and countries to deliberate ways to deal with cybercrime effectively. They were addressing participant judges in a workshop on cybercrime at the state judicial academy.
Justice Koshy said Hyderabad was a suitable place to discuss the subject and hoped that useful resolutions would emerge from the two days of brainstorming sessions.
Justice Lakshman reminded the audience that governments in general and India in particular were trying to ensure that internet access percolates to the grassroots to herald digital economies. “Our national government has made its resolve clear that it wants a digital India,” he said. “It wants all transactions in digital form. This is one side of the coin. The other side reflects the problem of cybercrime.” “There has been a steep increase in such crimes all over and also in Hyderabad,” he said. “The task of prosecutors, investigators and judges has become more severe and hence brainstorming sessions are essential to deal with the issue effectively,” Justice Lakshman said .
He thanked the national judicial academy, Federal Judicial Centre (FJC), USA and NGO Ceeli for coming up with the idea of a workshop for judges. He thanked Mark Sherman, assistant division director, Federal Judicial Centre; Suzanne Mitchell, magistrate judge, United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, and Monique Kamies from Ceeli and scores of high court judges from across India who came in as master trainers.
Justice P Venkata Jyothirmai of AP high court said India was one among the top five victims of cybercrime.


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