Social media, cricketers instructed to use limited

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Suggestion to replace Android with iPhone due to security features.  Photo: File
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Suggestion to replace Android with iPhone due to security features. Photo: File

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Karachi: Pakistani cricketers were instructed to make limited use of social media in the World Cup to keep suspects out of reach.

The T20 World Cup is starting from October 17, the matches will be played in Oman and UAE, Pakistan’s journey will start on the 24th with the Super 12 match against India.

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Sports competitions are taking place in a biosecure environment all over the world due to Covid 19, in which it has not been easy for fans or any other suspicious elements to contact the cricketers, in which case they have started using social media for their activities. That is why the Pakistan Cricket Board has instructed the players to make limited use of social media in the World Cup. ۔

Players were told to use iPhone instead of Android due to better security features, do not buy an old phone under any circumstances, it may contain hacking apps, anti-corruption lecture instructed cricketers to stay away from suspicious activities. got it.

The video, provided by the ICC, was shown with an Urdu translation, and also mentioned former South African international cricketer Ghulam Bodi, who was sentenced to five years in prison two years ago.

The video told how he tried to lure his teammates towards fixing but most of them informed their board. Pakistani cricketers were also asked to report immediately if anyone did this to them.

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