Mumbai, December 26: Cyber crimes are at an all time rise and the security of the youth are a big concern, both for the family and the police. With the increase of Islamic States’s reach in India and the netizens being careless about their approach on whom to call a friend online and what to share, the Mumbai Police has released a poster which states that not every friend is required. Also Read - From Passion to Books, Beauty & Food: This is What Indian Women Are Talking About on Twitter

According to the latest poster, the Mumbai police has said that the statuary notice is for all the parents whose daughters are going for private tuition and return late in the evening. This posters also applies for every youth who share everything on the social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter. The poster not only resembles the concern of the Mumbai Police, but also states that those who are careless about their approach online, tend to get their accounts being hacked or tend to get influenced by criminals. (ALSO READ: 3 ISIS suspects held at Nagpur Airport) Also Read - Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Puts His 1st Tweet on Sale, Bid Reaches Rs 2 Crore

On Saturday, three Indians were arrested by the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Maharashtra Police in Nagpur airport who were trying to join ISIS. They were later handed over to Telangana Police who took them away to Hyderabad. Since these three youths have contacted the ISIS through internet, the Mumbai Police’s Cyber Crime Wing made this poster and it was seen hanging outside the Mumbai Police Headquarters. People can log onto www.mumbaipolice.maharashtra.gov.in or www.ccw.org.in for more information. (ALSO READ: Muzaffarnagar riot accused Sangeet Som claims he received death threat from ISIS) Also Read - Ambani Bomb Scare Case: Owner of SUV Laden With Explosives Found Dead