Social Media and Law Enforcement - Presentation by Central Bureau of Investigation

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Social Media and Law Enforcement - Opportunities and Challenges is a presentation by Central Bureau of Investigation. It explains the concepts and dynamics of social media in dealing with crimes. It give a broad overview of the possible scenarios with real life examples from across the world.

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  • Social Media & Law Enforcement CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
  • Agenda Social Media in India Challenges Legal Frame work Leveraging Social Media
  • Social Media spread in India Social Media in India Facebook Twitter Youtube Blogs Discussion forums Conventional media goes socialMobile telephony drives social media
  • Indians on Social Media 65m 16m 36m
  • Challenges RUMOUR MONGERING
  • Challenges Instigating Riots
  • Challenges FLASH MOBS
  • IMITATING / FAKE ACCOUNTS Challenges
  • Challenges Victimization of Women, Children
  • Indian Legal Framework Constitution of India Art.19(2) Intermediary Liability (Sec.79 of IT Act) Baazee.com, Due Diligence, aiding abetting Provisions under License agreement and IT (Intermediary Guidelines) Rules, 2011 Blocking access (Section. 69A), Emergency provisions Rule 9(2), IT (Blocking for Access) Rules, 2009
  • Tools to fight Social Media Abuse I Blocking/Takedown II Preservation Letter III Emergency Disclosure Letter IV Letters Rogatory/MLAT
  • Blocking/Takedown
  • Preservation Letter Preservation Letters obligate providers to retain data Data retained for 90 Days (with addl. 90 days) Done upon request of Govt. Entity Required disclosure of customer communications or records - Title 18, Sec 2703 (f) Send directly to provider by Govt. or through US DOJ.
  • Emergency Disclosure Letter Providers can disclose information to government entities if: . The provider, in good faith, believes that an emergency involving danger of death or serious physical injury to any person requires disclosure without delay of communications relating to the emergency. - 18 U.S.C. Sec. 2702 (b) (8) )
  • Emergency Disclosure Letter Immediate action is needed to prevent death or serious injury Clearly articulate immediacy in writing to provider Provider not bound by law to cooperate Up to provider to decide if good faith std. satisfied
  • US Legal Framework Intermediary Liability Netcom case Telephone analogy Digital Millenium Copyright Act Costar Group Inc. V. Loopnet
  • Approaches towards Social Media Complete Ban Unfettered Access Leveraging Social Media
  • Leveraging Social Media TURNING THE TABLES ON CRIMINALS USING SOCIAL MEDIA
  • DeitY Framework & Guidelines for Use of Social Media for Government Organisations
  • Leveraging Social Media Define Objectives Identify platform Establish Governance Define Communication Strategy Create Pilot Engagement Analysis Institutionalize Social Media
  • Social Media Investigating Riots telegraph.co.uk
  • CRIME DETECTION
  • CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT
  • Social Media The other side
  • Use of Social Media
  • BEST PRACTICES Toronto and NYPD Use of Social Networks for investigative purposes General Procedures dated 05.09.2012. Mumbai and Delhi Police Social Media monitoring cells 10 major cities of India using Social Media for citizen engagement in traffic regulation Some individual Police officers using social media platform for giving access to common public
  • Conclusions 24x7 Monitoring Mechanisms at federal and state level Bring out a policy for using Social Media for outreach. Develop protocols for use of Social Networks for collection of Information and Intelligence from Public. Build capacities to patrol & monitor Social Media Have working relationship with Social Media Providers.
  • THANK YOU