Do you play free online games? Dubai Police has a message for you
Free online games have become a popular means of entertainment.
Dubai Police have warned residents of risks involved in playing free online games.
In a video message shared on Twitter, police said that most free online games make a profit through collecting and exploiting personal information.
It violates the privacy of the user, police stated.
Free online games have become a popular means of entertainment among people during their free time. Their popularity has increased over the years, particularly among the youth. Playing such games makes the user an easy prey for the hackers and online scams.
Residents have been asked to be careful and spread awareness amongst the family members about the risks involved in playing free online games.
Most "Free" online games make profit through collecting and exploiting personal information thus violating your privacy, so be careful and spread awareness among your family members.#YourSecurityOurHappiness #SmartSecureTogether#DubaiPolice#DPAwareness pic.twitter.com/tll6DuYxdF- Dubai Police???? ??? (@DubaiPoliceHQ) October 15, 2019
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