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Maoist alleges Aircel of compromising privacy of customer

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Imphal, July 5: Banned armed group, Maoist Communist Party, Manipur has alleged cellular mobile phone service provider, Aircel of joining hands with security forces in the counter insurgency operation.
In a statement, Nonglen Meitei, Secretary Publicity and Propaganda of the outfit, said that officials of Aircel company at its Babupara head office are giving out privacy data regarding phone call conversations, locations and messages of its subscribers in exchange for money to security forces.
Aircel give away any kind of privacy sought by security forces even by a constable of Manipur Police. With these data provided by Aircel, security forces are able to calculate the location of leaders of armed insurgent outfit. Selling of date to security forces is a threat to all, Nonglen said.
While asking Aircel authority to stop phone/wire tapping, selling of cellular data of its subscribers in Manipur, Nonglen also warned the official concern to seek public apology within a week’s time. Else the party would boycott the cellular company in the Manipur, the release added.

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