Bengaluru: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has given a lot of new web-based social networking usage guidelines for its about 1.62 lakh staff guiding them to “uncover” their client IDs on all stages like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to the association, an official order said.
The new rules issued on July 31 said violators and defaulters of these guidelines will confront “strict legal and disciplinary action”.
The two-page rules are being issued taking into account the “threat presented” by these online socia media sites to “national security and general discipline of the force”, the order issued by the CISF HQ (Headquarter) office here said. The CISF is the national civil aviation security force guarding 63 airports of the nation at present alongside probably the most critical resources in the aerospace and atomic nuclear domain space separated from different government ministries and buildings. According to the rules checked by PTI, they were given as the power saw cases where internet based life stages “were utilized by the power work force to share delicate data about the country/association and to censure the approaches of the administration”.
The new rules has five pointed to be trailed by the CISF staff members: “Staff to unveil their client IDs of every single social medium stages like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube being utilized by them to the office through particular units and arrangements.” “if there should arise an occurrence of any adjustment in client ID or formation of another one, they should advise it to the office,” the rules said.
It included that faculty ought not utilize “mysterious or pseudonymous” client IDs and they ought not utilize these online stages to “scrutinize the arrangements of the administration on any issue”. “Web based life stages ought not be utilized as a device to by-pass the levels of leadership and the best possible channel to air their complaints,” it said. Internet based life utilization strategy in the power was first gotten 2016 and reconsidered in 2019.