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INTERPA chief expresses concern over terrorists using internet

The International Association of Police Academies (INTERPA) president Yilmaz Colak Monday expressed concerns over growing use of internet by terrorists for radicalisation and secret communication. Colak, who heads Turkish National Police Academy, said terrorists are also trying internet to infiltrate various government organisations like police and judiciary to carry forward their ill designs. Terrorist organisations use internet for radicalisation, threats and intimidation. They also use it for secretly communicating their plans, said Colak. He was speaking at the three-day 8th INTERPA conference on Cyber Security and Combating Cyber Crime , which was inaugurated at the Gujarat Forensic Science University in Gandhinagar by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. Colak said cyber crimes likes syohoning off money, child pornography etc. are the extension of the criminal behaviour. These crimes existed in the past when internet was not around, he added. Colak hoped that experts .

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