Mumbai Police Wants To Monitor Activities In Cybercafes

Investigation into some blasts that occurred in India have led to some evidence that terrorists used cybercafes for communication and coordination. Mumbai police now wants to record the keypresses across all 500 cybercafes in the city. The Mumbai police are in dialogue with M/s Micro Technologies for procuring a software called CARMS (Cyber Access Remote Monitoring System), a powerful monitoring tool that seeks to curb cyber crime. [Continue]

Free Mumbai Map

Artur Bergman discusses the effort by Collective Research Initiatives Trust (CRIT) to study urbanism by using Mumbai as a case study. In the process they have created Free Mumbai Map. This has been created using volunteers and using software from OSGeo, the open source geospatial foundation. [Continue]



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