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India's Cyber Cafes Log Customers' Details
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/07/2005 06:53:00 PM.

Hundreds of Internet cafes in India's technology hub of Bangalore have started to record personal details of their visitors to comply with a new rule aimed at tracking perpetrators of online fraud, virus attacks and terrorism.
Internet users expressed concern that the law would lead to invasion of privacy and police harassment, while cafe owners feared a drop in customers.
The Karnataka state government, where Bangalore is the capital, passed the law last year requiring Internet cafe patrons to provide proof of identity and details such as name, age and address before using the Internet. However, police only began enforcing it this week.
Bangalore is home to about 1,000 of India's 11,000 Internet cafes, and the city worries that terrorists and criminals could use the Web to commit crimes such as online credit card fraud or using e-mail to plan a crime, a terrorist attack or send obscene messages.


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