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Over 250 Cybercrime Cases Registered by MOI

The Ministry of Interior (MOI) said that more than 250 cybercrime cases have been registered since the Islamic Emirate came to power.

Abdul Matin Qani, the spokesman of the MOI, stated that over 100 cases have been addressed, the majority of which are related to Kabul. 

“In the past two years, 251 cybercrime cases have been discovered by various governmental and private institutions for investigation by the General Directorate of Intelligence and Fighting Crime of the Ministry of Interior, with 119 cases being pursued,” he said. 

At the same time, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) also said that no individual is allowed to violate citizens' privacy.

“Violating privacy is prohibited by the MCIT because the ministry cannot listen to anyone's voice or access anyone's data. This is related to security and judicial agencies,” said Esmatullah Alokozay, the spokesman of MCIT.
 
“Cybercrimes can target the security of countries and also the social-cultural relationships of families. In a situation where all Afghans use the internet, these crimes are increasing day by day,” said Zalmay Afghanyar, a military expert. 

The spokesman of the Ministry of Interior also added that dozens of people have been arrested in connection with cybercrimes and their cases have been sent to the judicial institutions of the country.

Over 250 Cybercrime Cases Registered by MOI

Abdul Matin Qani, the spokesman of the MOI, stated that over 100 cases have been addressed, the majority of which are related to Kabul. 

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The Ministry of Interior (MOI) said that more than 250 cybercrime cases have been registered since the Islamic Emirate came to power.

Abdul Matin Qani, the spokesman of the MOI, stated that over 100 cases have been addressed, the majority of which are related to Kabul. 

“In the past two years, 251 cybercrime cases have been discovered by various governmental and private institutions for investigation by the General Directorate of Intelligence and Fighting Crime of the Ministry of Interior, with 119 cases being pursued,” he said. 

At the same time, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) also said that no individual is allowed to violate citizens' privacy.

“Violating privacy is prohibited by the MCIT because the ministry cannot listen to anyone's voice or access anyone's data. This is related to security and judicial agencies,” said Esmatullah Alokozay, the spokesman of MCIT.
 
“Cybercrimes can target the security of countries and also the social-cultural relationships of families. In a situation where all Afghans use the internet, these crimes are increasing day by day,” said Zalmay Afghanyar, a military expert. 

The spokesman of the Ministry of Interior also added that dozens of people have been arrested in connection with cybercrimes and their cases have been sent to the judicial institutions of the country.

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