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Turkey concerned with Internet security

3/09/2014 by

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Communications Minister Lutfi Elvan has called on a global approach to take on criminal use of the Internet, in Istanbul on Tuesday. 

Citing a rise in the number of cyber-attacks and viruses in recent years, Lufti Elvan stressed the importance of protecting the ever-increasing number of Internet users in Turkey, during the opening ceremony the Ninth Internet Governance Forum, a UN-organized forum on Internet governance and issues of communication and security.

"We need an international human rights declaration for the Internet," he said. "With more broadband access and the use of smart phones, sadly the number of cyber-attacks is increasing. In terms of cyber security, we need a global approach." 

"The Internet is abused by crime networks, by terrorist organizations, by criminals and child abusers, he added. “Internet service providers and internet users must take responsibility and establish governance; otherwise, the internet will become a place where criminal networks proliferate." 

Nevertheless, the minister praised the growth of the Internet community in the country. 

The definition of the nuclear family has changed, now we have mother, father, baby and the Internet,” Elvan said. “In Turkey, the total number of mobile Internet users is 30 million, and the number of Internet users is at 61 million. We rank first in duration of online gaming.”

"ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has three headquarters, and one of their offices is in Istanbul," he added. "We have brought broadband Internet to all of our schools and we take pride in this accomplishment.”

This article has been extracted from http://www.turkishweekly.net/, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.turkishweekly.net/news/171275/turkey-concerned-with-internet-security.html

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