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The Kerala Police have arrested two persons on the charge of defaming Ms.Sindhu Joy, SFI State President through Orkut, one of the most famous social networking website in India, with the help of Kerala Police Hi-Tech Cell.
The students’ leader, who has been successfully using the friendship network portal to interact with SFI activists and spread the message of the Federation among her other friends, has approached the Cyber Cell of Kerala Police with a written complaint against activities on Orkut that are derogatory to her. In the complaint filed at the Cell, Sindhu Joy specifically mentioned two communities in Orkut that she felt were formed with the intention of tarnishing her image. “One of the communities ‘I hate Sindhu Joy’ has several messages to defame me. I don’t know who is behind this community,” Sindhu Joy told. She first took up the issue with Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, who advised her to approach the Cyber Cell. The case was enquired by the Hi-Tech Cell Team and identified the suspects as Prasobh Kumar (Age 32), a lecturer of the Centre for Management Development at Thycaud, Thiruvananthapuram and Asok Kumar (Age 29), a project staff of the same centre, a Hi-Tech Cell official said. He also said that the suspects had used their office computers to create fake and defamatory communities of Sindhu Joy on Orkut. The case was then transferred to Thiruvananthapuram City Police for investigation.
Cyber Cell find out the creator of the defamatory community ‘I Hate Sindhu Joy’ as ‘A new Thought.!!!’ on 21 Oct 2007 and the second community ‘Sindhu joy time to defend’ was created by a user ‘Proper action’ on 19 Oct 2007. They traced the details of the creators of the two communities using Cyber Forensics software tools and information collected from Google Inc. and Internet Service Providers. The two fake communities were created from the computers of Center of Management Development, Thiruvananthapuram, an official said.
Thiruvananthapuram City Police arrested the accused persons and seized the computers that are used to create the communities and fake profiles from the Centre for Management Development at Thycaud, Thiruvananthapuram. The seized computers are being sent to C-DAC (Center for Development of Advanced Computing, Thiruvananthapuram, for forensic analysis, a City Police official said. Related Articles: NewIndExpress, ThatisMalayalam