In the wake of the terrorist attacks that attempted to deter India's financial capital, Mumbai, and to several other locations, instances of the internet being used to propagate and channel the attack have just tripled. Every country, since then, has been pulling up its socks in an attempt to nab cyber criminals flourishing in every nook and cranny. According to a report in the Economic Times, one such attempt by Pakistan hit a roadblock when a Google administrator, based out of Pakistan allegedly refused to comply with the Federal Investigating Agency (FIA).
The FIA, which is the premier investigative agency in the country has been behind cyber criminals in the country, since sometime now, and with Google's administrator being less than co-operative, the Interpol has been called in, the report further added. Now, in what seems to be the final straw of their patience, Pakistan has issued a warning to Google, stating that its uncooperative nature will only lead to its ban in the country. The Interior Minister of Pakistan, Rehman Malik has issued this warning.
Publish date: September 19, 2011 5:29 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:31 pm