Maharashtra cyber cell issues handbook for ECI officials for safe polls
| Sunday | 14th April, 2019
In case of being hacked or misinformation attack and rumours mongering across cyberspace, election staffs can directly report to Maharashtra cyber.
"We have asked the officials to intensify their vigilance over social media and monitor the content pertaining to elections contents which are sponsored or promoted.
According to the cyber police, the growing technology is coming up with advanced technologies such as Electoral Voting Machines (EVM).
Meanwhile, the cVIGIL mobile application launched by the ECI is also helping the polling officials to report about violation of Model Code of Conduct (MCC).
We realize the importance of the elections in a democratic society and in order to make it free from all sorts of technological mischiefs, we are working along with the ECI," said Brijesh Singh, Special Inspector General of Police, Maharashtra cyber cell.
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