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Thứ Bảy, 21 tháng 6, 2014

SAP files complaint about malicious emails - Times of India

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BANGALORE: SAP Labs India has filed a police complaint in Bangalore alleging that malicious and offensive emails were sent to its German board members.

The complaint, filed under Section 66A of the Information Technology Act 2000, alleges the mails were hurting the reputation of senior company executives. Section 66A says sending offensive messages are punishable with imprisonment up to three years and a fine.

The first information report, filed with Mahadevapura police station, says the emails were sent from to Raw stands for Respect at Work, an employee redressal cell in the company. It also says the emails were sent over four months, from December 23, 2013, to April 13 this year. The complaint is before the first additional chief metropolitan magistrate court in Bangalore.

Prashanth D Mallya, senior legal counsel and company secretary in SAP Labs India, says in his complaint to the police on May 30 that the company conducted an internal inquiry and found the emails to be untrue, fabricated and false. "...therefore we have to assume that these kind of mails are being sent with malicious intent," he says.

Mallya also said the company had written a letter to the cyber crime police but they had advised a complaint be filed with the local police station. "We request you to take appropriate action under the Cyber Crimes Act and /or any other relevant laws," the complaint says. The allegedly offensive emails were submitted to the police.

When TOI contacted DC Rajappa, superintendent of police in the criminal investigation department (cyber), he said, "Mahadevapura police have not sought our assistance in this case."

SAP said: "As part of an ongoing investigation into allegations of misconduct at one of our facilities, SAP India conducted a full investigation after certain allegations were made, via anonymous emails, against an SAP India employee. Internal investigations indicate the anonymous allegation was incorrect and contained unsubstantiated details. We referred it to local police and, with an investigation under way, we cannot discuss details of that case."

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