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Porn is searched the most in Secunderabad Railway Station using rail wifi

Watching porn is the favourite way to pass the time among travellers who travel by train. Porn downloads happened most commonly in Secundrabad under South Central Railway (SCR) followed by Hyderabad, Vijayawada and Tirupati.

According to RailTel, the company that operates RailWire, porn accounts for 35% of downloads in Secunderabad and Vijayawada combined, overall SCR divisions. In an attempt to extend high-speed Wi-Fi services across 588 stations, SCR’s current network is suffering from slow traffic, making it difficult to download videos, mostly pornographic ones.

Our gateway data shows a significant number of Wi-Fi searches are related to pornographic content. “Though pornographic websites are inaccessible, VPNs and certain websites that are not yet blacklisted allow users to download pornographic content,” said a senior official with RailTel.

More than 1.2 million unique users use RailWire every day. In addition to ranking first in terms of porn searches at Secunderabad Railway Station, it also ranks first for data consumption in SCR, and fourth among more than 1,600 stations within India.

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According to the official, “On average, a user consumes 350 MB of data in about 30 minutes. Porn sites account for 90% of that consumption among most unique users,” the official said.

It is not their business to interfere with anyone’s privacy, officials said, adding that porn downloads are a common occurrence across various stations.

Hoax bomb call delays train in Secunderabad

At Secunderabad railway station, the passengers of the Sabari Express train were gripped by fear after an unknown person called the police claiming that a bomb had been placed on the train. Police, however, determined that it was a hoax call after thoroughly inspecting the train for an hour. The train departed 40 minutes late.

At about noon, an unknown person called dial 100 to report that a bomb had been planted on Shabari Express.

A thorough inspection was conducted of the train with bomb-detection equipment and a sniffer dog by government railway police, RPF, and state law enforcement officials. No explosive or suspicious materials were found,” said GRP Secunderabad inspector M Srinu.

A manhunt was launched to find the caller after police filed a case against him. Because of the hoax call, the train left Secunderabad station one hour 26 minutes late.

 

 

 

 

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