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NIA conducts first BRICS webinar on misuse of Internet by terrorists

IndiaTimes Thursday, 15 April 2021
BRICS member states, at a virtual seminar organised by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) this week on the misuse of internet for terrorism, sought to link expedient international co-operation and seamless sharing of good practices in tackling the menace, to the creation of a safer and secure environment for citizens across the world.
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