Security Threats in Indian Cyberspace by Social Media and Cyberhoaxes IJTSRD
This study examines the proliferation of hoaxes and hate speech through websites and social media in India. Such provocative content utilizes sectarian issues to attack its creators’ political opponents. This study finds that hate has been politicized and hoaxes have been commodified, both for economic and political interests, in Indian cyberspace. There has been a transformation from freedom of speech to freedom to hate, particularly on social media networks. This proliferation of hoaxes, as a means of furthering specific political interests, may potentially threaten national security and stability. To overcome the threat posed by cyberhoaxes, the state, industry, and society must take an active role in protecting cyberspace.
By Dr. Ashok Koujalagi | Thrupti N S | Karuna Kurbet”Security Threats in Indian Cyberspace by Social Media and Cyberhoaxes”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018,
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