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Wednesday, 5 October 2022

Beware if you are using a dummy SIM card

: Action will be taken against fake users of Whtsapp-Telegram, one year in jail and a fine of 50 thousand

Today people are using many social media applications by creating fake ID or giving false identity. So buying a SIM by giving a dummy document can create trouble for Tamra. If a user is caught doing this, he can be jailed for one year. Not only this, a fine of 50 thousand rupees is also being imposed. This information has been given in the draft of Indian Telecommunication Bill 20222.

Preparation to ban online identity fraud
The government has also prepared to ban online identity fraud along with this bill. According to a report, the Department of Communication said about this bill, 'This bill will also help in banning the fraud that is being done using telecom services. Therefore, the bill includes legislation related to identity wherever necessary.'

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Police will arrest fraudsters without any warrant,
the offense is described as a 'cognizable offence' in the bill. This means that the police can arrest a person committing identity fraud without any warrant. In this regard, Union Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnava said that the new bill will help prevent many types of cybercrime. Along with this he also said that the already strict KYC rules for OTT services will also help in reducing the incidence of fraud.

Ashwini Vaishnav further said that the user receiving the call should know who is calling him from different platforms. Now the distinction between data and voice calls is gone. Hence, all platforms including OTT are being brought under one law.

Caller's name in KYC document to be displayed on receiver screen
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has asked the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to develop a system in which the caller's name, as it appears in the KYC documents, will be displayed on the screen.

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