India under lockdown for 21 daysInternational lawyer David Tafuri joins Trace Gallagher to discuss India’s decision to lock down for 21 days amid coronavirus pandemic.Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The world’s second-largest country may be under a nationwide lockdown for three weeks to fight coronavirus, but that’s not stopping a spike in criminal activity online.As India’s 1.3 billion people stay at home, authorities have reported a surge in cybercriminal activity – including one person who attempted to sell the world’s largest statue.Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on March 24 a nationwide lockdown lasting 21 days. People in India are allowed to leave their homes only for essentials; religious gatherings are explicitly banned.CORONAVIRUS BATTLE IN INDIA INCLUDES CALL TO LIGHT CANDLES TO DISPEL ‘DARKNESS’ OF PANDEMICFederal home ministry officials told Reuters there has been an 86 percent jump in cybercrimes over the past four weeks as the pandemic brought the globe to a halt.In one of those, someone online tried to sell that world’s largest statue for $4 billion, claiming the proceeds were for the Gujarat state government to fund its response to COVID-19. An unknown online scammer tried selling the  “Statue of Unity” for $4 billion by claiming the proceeds would help a

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