DelhiDesk: The Delhi Police in India has created interactive videos to raise awareness about cyberbullying, tampering with photos and obscenity, threatening mails, and leaking of personal information. The initiative was taken on the orders of the Delhi High Court, and it is the first time such videos have been created in the country. The videos aim to educate children about cybercrime and guide them on how to respond to such situations. Deputy Commissioner of Police, Special Cell, Prashant Gautam said that people across the country, including Delhi, are becoming victims of cyberbullying, molestation through photos, threatening mails, personal information being leaked on social media, and talking to unknown persons. The videos will be released soon.
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– Delhi Police will create awareness through interactive videos for cyberbullying, tampering with photos, obscenity, threatening mails, and leaking of personal information.
– The videos will be tailored to children’s thinking and will educate them on what to do in such situations.
– The initiative was taken on the orders of Delhi High Court, and the interactive videos are the first of their kind in the country.
– People, especially children, are becoming victims of cyberbullying and molestation through photos, threatening mails, personal information being leaked on social media, and talking to unknown persons.
– Four videos have been made so far, and two have already been released on Cyber Bullying and Online Lootera.
– The High Court had expressed concern and praised Delhi Police for their initiative in creating awareness about cybercrime through interactive videos.
– The videos will feature a cyber cop named Genie who will come and make people aware of the dangers of cybercrime.
– In a film on cyberbullying, a child takes a photo of a girl and tampers with it to make it funny, causing other group members to make fun of the girl. The video asks three questions to highlight the issue and educate children on the importance of cyber safety.
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