When the call comes, you will know who is in front? You will avoid fraud

Telecom Bill 2022: How many calls do you get in a day asking you about a loan, credit card or winning a lottery? Usually you would get 4-5 such calls in a day? But do you know all this? Do you know who the person calling you is? Do you know that the person who is selling you a credit card, loan or lottery is really telling the truth? The answer is – no, we don’t really know. Now the Central Government   Telecom Bill is going to bring regulation for this in 2022, so that you can be protected from any online fraud.

What is in the bill?

Central Minister Ashwini Vaishnav today placed the draft of Telecom Bill 2022 in front of the media. Although there are many things in this bill, but the biggest thing is – Protection of users. He told that the receiver (who has received the call) should have complete information about who the caller (the person calling from the front) is? This will stop frauds.

KYC necessary

The Union Minister said that while preparing the telecom bill, we gave importance to the protection of users the most. However, he said that more measures are being taken to protect users from fraud, which will be added in the final draft.  

Protection of users not limited to mobile calls

Ashwini Vaishnav said that protecting users from fraud is not limited to mobile calls or landline calls Is. Rather, it includes face reading, zoom call,  WhatsApp call, Facetime. He said that who we are talking to, it is our right to know. We have included this thing prominently in the draft.

KYC of the telecom service provider will be mandatory in the new draft, so that the user can get complete information. In this way, all the calling platforms will be brought under this purview. Whether it is data calling or mobile calling. The entire draft has been prepared with this idea.

Privacy is very important. Violation of the privacy of users is enough. If there is a violation of privacy even after doing DND, then now legal cause will also be added to it. If the user is getting his KYC done then his fundamental right is to know who is going to do it.

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