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3G mobile services are all set to be rolled out soon in our Nation, cyber experts sound a word of caution about the high tech enabled mobile phones, which they say are more vulnerable in the world of technology related crimes.While the next generation technology aims to make life simpler enabling downloading of movies and music within minutes, it can also be used for various unethical activities.- Please supplement .

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 30 Dec '10 12:04 pm
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With 3G, cellphones we will have faster broadband Internet and with such speed we can watch television live, make video calls and download music and movies in no time. But through spying software and virus, the hacker can easily break into our system.The hacker can record all the audio conversation and video files. The experts recommend that we should install anti-virus and fireballs while using 3G. They also recommend switching off the bluetooth function of the phone when not required to protect the users password.

The 3G technology will also lead to increase in piracy of newly released movies and music, thereby giving a heavy amount of losses to the entertainment industry. some also point out that Bollywood would be hit most by the 3G and want service providers to adopt a stricter approach to check cybercrimes.
Answered by sk singh, 30 Dec '10 02:25 pm

 
  
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This is a classic example of physical contradictions, situations in which one object or system has contradictory, opposite requirements. Every new technology brings some advantages and disadvantages. For ex: due to advent of cell phones, crime rates have increased but the same technology enables police to catch thieves.
Answered by kumar bhat, 30 Dec '10 12:09 pm

 
  
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Yes There is always a threat about security of Data-Whatever the makers may claim it remains insecure
Let us see how the mfrs are going to respond to this views and take appropriate steps to make it foolproof
Answered by SriniVenkat, 30 Dec '10 12:07 pm

 
  
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