Saturday, 8 April 2017

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A new petition on change.org has been gaining momentum lately with more supporters signing up by the minute. The petition simply states that the average Indian needs affordable internet access and has gain traction among celebrities and the like.

The petitioner claims that Trai that was once supported by the common man for its stand on Net Neutrality now stands against the availability of affordable internet access.

With data consumption on the rise (going up from 1GB/month to 30GB/month) India has become the largest consumer of mobile data in the world. The petition hints at Trai shutting down Jio’s Summer Surprise Offer that provided the common man, access to the internet for cheap and requests Trai to reconsider keeping the vision of Digital India in mind.


So far the petition has seen 63,469 supporters with and is rising by the minute. The petitioner has made it clear that he is in support with any telecom operator that offers affordable internet to the consumer.
Reliance Jio has said in a statement that it will be withdrawing its complimentary offer to Jio Prime members. The move comes just days after the announcement of the offer that was to offer 3 months of free service to Jio Prime customers who made their first paid recharge of Rs 303 and above.
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf
Nsale was arrested last Friday together with a Kenyan national and arraigned in court on Monday and remanded for 15 days after the police asked the court to grant them more time to carry out detailed investigations.

Kenyan prosecutors alleged that the two hacked into computer systems of “vital and key installations, agencies and a telecommunication service provider”.

Kenyan police claim Nsale, working together with others, hacked into the database systems of  banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers and stole millions of shillings. Among the telephone companies Nsale reportedly hacked into included Kenya’s leading mobile company Safaricom.

The Ugandan suspect was first charged with breaking into the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission database and remanded for three days before he was again taken back to court on Thursday and charged afresh with terrorism after detectives found evidence that linked him to the crime.

A statement released on the Safaricom website indicated that one of their customers had lost a considerable amount of money through the hacking but that “Safaricom’s risk management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated it to security agencies”. - See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1450538/kenya-arrests-ugandan-hacking-terror-links#sthash.zsYQW9lO.dpuf

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