Wednesday, 21 March 2018 15:23

Legislation Would Greatly Assist Cyber Crime Unit

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The Cyber Crime Unit is anxiously awaiting the passage of the Cyber Crime Bill so that it can expand its reach in handling instances of cyber bullying, or online harassment.

At Wednesday's Police Press Briefing, Sergeant Daniel Hernandez explained that while the Unit had been handling reported cases of cyber bullying, the legislation would aid them greatly.

He said the Cyber Crime Unit had solved 17 of 32 cases reported from 2015 to 2016. He advised parents to be extra vigilant, particularly in cases of cyber bullying attacks against children.

Sergeant Hernandez also gave assurances that despite the current legislation, the Unit could still act on such reports.

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