Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Browsing centres put on alert

In the aftermath of terror attacks in Bangalore and Ahmedabad the country is on red alert. Following the email threats to attack major cities in India the browsing centres here in Chennai are asked to stay vigilant. The Police have asked all the internet centres in the city to capture the visitors using web cameras. The browsing centres are supposed to note down the full name and address of visitors in a register and also make it available to the cops when the situation arises. They must not permit anyone without a valid ID card to browse the web. All the threat emails have been sent from a proxy server and so the browsing centre owners must monitor the users and report any suspicious visitor to the police immediately. The internet centres are also asked to remove any wooden or glass partitions or cabins and make sure that every operation is transparent and clearly visible.

The government is not taking any chances regarding security. The Government is also insisting on cars to use High Security Number Plates (HSNP) which utilizes GPS technology to track the culprits down rapidly when the car is being stolen before they could engage themselves in any malicious activities.

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