‘Police Tehran takes 1,200 people for cyber crime’
The police in the Iranian capital Tehran has in the past eight months, 1,200 people arrested who are on the internet, you have to misbehave. They have, according to the authorities, guilty of cybercrime.
Police chief Hussein Sajdi Nia has announced that there is 986 men and 298 women are arrested for the digital misconduct, reports Al Arabiya Monday. They are detected by the cybercrime service FATA.
The suspects are accused of embezzlement, fraud, data theft and “prohibited activities on social media and smartphone aps”. Speak to the police chief of “moral and social claims”.
Much data theft took place through social apps like Tango, Telegram and Instagram.
The Iranian public prosecutor Ahmed Ali Montazeri earlier this month announced that a total of 14,000 sites and social media accounts offline are met, because of hateful messages about “religion and morality” and a “hostile attack on religious and national values by foreign enemies”.