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Chennai Cyber police crack the whip on obscene content on social media, web
Chennai Cyber police crack the whip on obscene content on social media, web

Chennai: The cybercrime division of the Chennai police has begun controlling obscene content on social media and web portals and video platforms including YouTube.

The legislation enforcers are taking no probabilities and in affiliation with social media companies are appearing shortly. Based on complaints lodged by veteran comic actors Senthil and Charlie, the pretend Twitter accounts have been suspended inside half an hour. In the case of movies uploaded by massaging parlours and tattoo centres, police deleted about 80 movies on YouTube in the previous 10 days. 

The Chennai cyber police have already deleted around 80 contents uploaded on YouTube platforms belonging to massage parlours and tattoo centres. The cyber crime wing sleuths said that around 400 YouTube contents of Madhan Manickam's channels, "Toxic Madan 18+", "PUBG Madan girl fan", "Richie Gaming" and "Madam" have been deleted.

 

An official statement from the commissioner's office has requested the members of the common public who felt offended by the obscene content of Madhan Manickam to send their complaints to dcpccbl@gmail.com. The commissioner’s office said that the details of those who have filed the complaints would be kept confidential.

Police commissioner Shankar Jiwal stated, “We have a good rapport with the social media firms. They are taking immediate action based on our requests. We are balancing freedom of speech and the derogatory content.”

 

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