CBI Current Affairs - 2020
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Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officer B P Raju was awarded the ‘India Cyber Cop of the Year 2019’ during the Annual Information Security Summit held at Gurgaon, Haryana. He won the award for investigating and cracking a fraud case in an online entrance exam conducted by an engineering college in Rajasthan.
The award was conferred by NASSCOM-DSCI (Data Security Council of India).
The investigation team headed by B P Raju, arrested 9 accused persons and collected incriminating evidence from digital devices, which revealed modus operandi adapted by accused and the investigation was also completed within the stipulated time period.
About Data Security Council of India (DSCI)
It is a premier industry body on data protection in India. This not-for-profit body was setup by NASSCOM (National Association of Software and Services Companies) in 2008. To further its objectives, DSCI engages with governments, regulators, industry sectors, government agencies, industry associations, and think tanks for policy advocacy.
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Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has set up an On-line Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation (OCSAE) Prevention/Investigation Unit at New Delhi under its Special Crime Zone to tackle the menace of child porn on the internet. This step has been taken after Germany Police provided information about 7 Indian Nationals involved in International Child pornography.
About OCSAE Prevention/Investigation Unit
This newly specialized Unit of CBI will collect, collate and disseminate information regarding creation, collection, publication, transmission, browsing, downloading, promoting, distribution of information relating to On-line Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation as well as investigation of such offences.
The investigation of such offences covered under provisions of Indian Penal Code (IPC) 1860, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012 and Information Technology (IT) Act 2000 and under various Laws of the land, as applicable. The territorial jurisdiction of this unit of CBI will be throughout India.
Need: The rapid growth of Internet and Information & Communication tools over past two decades has created unparalleled opportunities for children and adults alike to learn and explore world around them. Although these technologies are found everywhere, spread through every aspect of our lives personal, professional, individual and social but they have simultaneously created new dimensions, wherein the sexual exploitation of children can multiply, if unchecked. Thereby, Children, every day, all around the world are prone to suffer On-line sexual abuse and exploitation.
INTERPOL and other National / International Organization also disseminate numerous references related to CSAM (Child Sexual Abuse Material) globally to concerned authorities. This is because the incidence of On-Line CSAM generally transcends International borders and the victims are mostly helpless innocent children.