(by Ken Macon | Reclaim The Net) – While addressing home ministers of state on internal security issues, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that states should not let budget constraints get in the way of technological advances and that the rollout of 5G technology will improve surveillance efforts.
Modi warned that criminals have globalized and “we need to be ten steps ahead.” He added that interstate and international crimes have increased.
“That is why mutual cooperation between state agencies and between central and state agencies is becoming crucial,” Modi said.
He said technological advances are required to tackle cyber crimes and drones used for the smuggling of drugs and weapons. Read Full Article >