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In 2021, the FIA's Cyber Crime Wing received more than 100,000 complaints

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  • 2022-07-30 18:18:35
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In 2021, the FIA's Cyber Crime Wing received more than 100,000 complaints

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36 complaints were filed against the recruitment, sponsorship, and planning of terrorism in 2017, and 442 complaints were filed against the unauthorised issuance of Mobile SIM Cards by the Federal Investigation Agency"s (FIA) Cyber Crime Wing (CCW).

According to a CCW document, the organisation received 102,772 complaints in 2021, of which 80,803 have been verified. Additionally, 1,213 inquiries were turned into cases after 15,973 inquiries were submitted in response to verified complaints. 1,306 criminals were detained in connection with the registered cases, and complete fines for 591 of the cases were filed to the court of law.

According to the study, there were 30,380 complaints total for electronic fraud. During that time, the government received 16,335 complaints about illegal access to information systems or data, 15,335 complaints about cyberstalking, and 11,466 complaints about offences against a person"s dignity. The information also revealed that the CCW filed complaints for 24 distinct sorts of offences that occurred under its purview.

During that time, Pakistanis also filed some 20,000 complaints that were later found to be unfounded or irrelevant.

The CCW filed 183 complaints for unauthorised data copying or transmission, 96 complaints for tampering with information systems, 82 complaints for unauthorised access to information systems supporting critical infrastructure, and 28 complaints for unauthorised data copying or transmission supporting critical infrastructure.

Additional 549 complaints were made about electronic forgery, cyberterrorism, approved vital infrastructure information systems, glorification of crime, and the creation, acquisition, or supply of offensive device(s).

In addition, the CCW received 2,327 complaints about the improper use of identifying information, 442 about the unauthorised issuing of SIM cards, 18 about tampering with communication tools, and 901 about violations against minors" and natural persons" modesty.

141 complaints about child pornography were also made to CCW officials at that time. The information shows that all 141 complaints were legitimate.

In 2021, the CCW also filed 459 complaints against spam and 37 complaints against malicious programmes.

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