7 Indian States Found To Have The Most Cybercrime
BANGALORE: According to the data released by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), cyber crime in the country has increased by almost 50 percent. Persons between the ages of 18 and 30 do the maximum crime. In the year 2012, 2876 cases of cyber crime were filed under IT Act and 601 were filed under IPC Section in India. By 2013, the number increased to 4356 undre IT Act and 1337 under IPC Section. The total cases registered in Delhi in 2013 are 191. Maharashtra is the top most state in the list of cyber crime, followed by Andra Pradesh and Karnataka.
Maharashtra: The total number of cyber crimes registered in Maharashtra under IT Acts has risen from 471 registered cases to 681 registered cases when compared 2013 and 2012. The number of cases registered under IPC Section is 226 when compared to the previous year when the number was only 90. In Maharashtra 11 cases were filed against tampering computer sources documents, 275 for hacking while 6 were registered against failure of certification under the IT Act.
The total number of persons arrested is 426, out of which 17 were below the age of 18 years, 214 were between the ages of 18 and 30 years, 161 were between 30 and 45 years, 35 were between 45 and 60 and 3 were above 60. Cyber police had registered 33 cases 2012 under IT Act and 72 under IPC Section in Mumbai but now the statistics has raised to 40 and 92 in 2013. In Pune, it was 76 in 2012 and 97 in 2013.
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