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Britain & India On Consent of Cyber Crime

Britain and India are likely to accept to set up a joint task force to battle cyber crime on Tuesday, a decision London hopes will aid it precaution the personal banking and mobile phone data of millions of Britons, much of which is stocked on Indian servers.

The agreement is hoped-for to be sealed at a meeting between British Prime Minister David Cameron and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, in New Delhi, one of the high spot of Cameron's three-day trade and investment tour to India.

"The two leaders are anticipated to agree a significant strengthening of applicable co-operation between British and Indian government to gain the security of British and Indian computer networks and to aid support them against cyber attacks by terrorists, criminals and aggressive states," Cameron's office said in a statement.

It said India was ready to have one of the largest online populations by 2015 with a foreseen 300 million users that is larger than the United States and up from the 137 million users already in India today.

Cameron said to reporters that "I think why we're shaping these partnerships with other countries including trustworthy partners like India is twofold. "One is, other countries protecting their data is effectively helping us keep safe our data. Secondly, I consider this is an area where Britain has few real competitive and technology rewards."

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