On Wednesday, the eighteenth of November, the Supreme Court dismisses the safeguard supplication by a man who stands blamed for hacking a young lady’s Facebook account. The man being referred to is Muhammad Munir, who was captured not long ago by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), because of the FIR of a young lady from Haripur. The FIR objection was enlisted against “mysterious individual who had made a fake Facebook account under her name and had transferred her photos on it without her assent. Later on, the FIA figured out how to catch the guilty party, Munir, in the act while he was signed into the young lady’s Facebook account at District Coordination Office in Haripur.
After he was gotten back in March, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) enrolled a body of evidence against him under segments 36 and 37 of the Electronic Transaction Ordinance, 2002 for unapproved block attempt of somebody’s correspondence; segment 420 of the Pakistan Penal Code for duping and area 30 of the Nadra Act for taking somebody’s character.
The Supreme Court has now dismisses the safeguard supplication for the denounced, disregarding cases by the resistance counsel, counselor Masroor Shah, that the young lady was an ex of Munir and she had just recorded the grievance after they separated. The judge precluded these cases, expressing that since there is no understanding of such a relationship in our general public, these cases don’t hold any weight. Without some other strong safeguard, Munir’s cases of there being “no autonomous, visual or incidental confirmation aside from the uncovered assertions in the FIR” truly broke apart.
The FIA has now been told by the Supreme Court seat to finish their examinations and present a report under the watchful eye of the trial court.
A few months back, a comparable occurrence happened where a man was captured for hacking the record of a wedded lady (his ex) and posting some frightful material on it, prompting the separation of the casualty. After he was captured, Justice Rooh ul Amin Khan of the Peshawar High Court likewise released his safeguard request.
These are basic times we live in. In reality as we know it where our social personalities are the manner by which the vast majority know us, online networking records are extraordinarily vital. As millennials keep on sharing more data, there exists a major issue about security and protection of this data. While the Pakistani government ought to force a stricter arrangement about online networking issues like Cyber tormenting, hacking and extorting and the guilty parties ought to be seriously rebuffed, we ought to be cautious ourselves too.
The majority of these informal organizations like Facebook and Twitter give a better than average level of security (record verification, trusted gadgets, Login Approvals, and so forth). In any case, the issue is that a great many people have a tendency to not think about them at all or regardless of the fact that they do, they don’t try to utilize them. Therefore, hacking a record is a much less complex process that it ought to typically be.