Islamabad: Days after Fb threatened to close providers in Pakistan over new guidelines, the tech large has now agreed to shared data with native authorities in cyber crime investigations.
The announcement got here after a delegation from Fb’s Asia Pacific headquarters headed by Amber Hawkes, held a gathering with Director Basic Federal Investigation Company (FIA) Wajid Zia on Monday to debate problems with cooperation between the social media platform and Pakistani authorities.
The 2 groups held dialogue over cooperation in information sharing in addition to cyber crime consciousness among the many social media customers in Pakistan, native media reported.
The visiting delegation agreed to help the FIA within the cyber crime case the place there might be required.
For cooperation with the Fb, the FIA would appoint focal individuals in each province who will preserve liasion with the agency for cybercrime probe.
The Fb group additionally vowed to to work in shut liaison with Pakistani authorities in tackling cybercrime as per the corporate’s coverage.
Furthermore, the Fb group additionally supplied to offer coaching to Cyber Crime Wing officers with the intention to equip them with newest methods.