With over 100 million users of smartphones/internet in Pakistan, Pakistan incorporated into the list of the fastest-growing countries using the internet. That only opens the doors because cyberbullying is also increasing, yet there isn’t any ruling for cybercrimes in Pakistan. Yet, if you know someone being heckled online or are a sufferer, here we cover some influential ways to brief cyber harassment in Pakistan.
Here Are 6 Ways to Report Cyber Harassment In Pakistan
Register A Complaint Through FIA
Write down your application (in English or Urdu), also narrate your complete problem, provide as much proof and facts as you can and send it to National Response Center(FIA) for Cyber Crimes(NR3C).
Lodge A Report Via IC3
The IC3 receives online Internet crime complaints from either the actual sufferer or from a third party to the complainant. Visit their website to see how to report cyber crimes.
CPLC To The Rescue!
The Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) has initiated a women’s complaint cell to deal with women’s harassment issues across the country. Complaints can directed to these numbers: 021-35662222, 021-35682222.
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If your account is being misapplied or hacked, you can submit a report by filling in the harassment form available on the official website. It’s that simple!
Madadgaar National Helpline
From psychological counseling to permitted aid, this is the association you should look up to for help. The cherry on top, it’s cost-effective too!
Fake Instagram account? No more tears.
Instagram’s ‘vitriol form’ actually works. You can still fill out the form even if you don’t have an official account. Cheers!
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