Social media users in the United Arab Emirates alarmed
Any person threatening, humiliating and pretending to be online platforms will be punished and fined up to five million for posting or commenting on morals and posting a photo or video without their permission. Will
Dubai (November 2019) If you are based in the United Arab Emirates and use social media regularly, you have to be very responsible and careful. Because under Article 16 of the Emirates Cybercrime social media platforms threatening, blackmailing, soliciting, interrupting or forcing someone to do something wrong fall into the category of crime. There will be two years imprisonment and a fine of two and a half million to five million dirhams.
While impersonating someone or damaging his reputation, misrepresenting him and morally abstaining from post and comment can be punishable by up to ten years in prison. According to the United States cyber law, if a person sends abusive or abusive messages or emails to another person, or messages that are derogatory or derogatory to him, he is subject to the nature of the crime from one month to three years. Can even be imprisoned.
In addition, a fine of up to five lakhs may be paid. Similarly, one can face up to six months to three years in prison for promoting one’s personal life, or posting pictures of someone on WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms. However, in the case of this crime, a fine of one lakh dirhams to five lakh dirhams may also be imposed.
Even if a person is jokingly or seriously accused of being a thief, cheater or sexually abusive, he may face a fine of up to 20,000 dirhams plus three years imprisonment. In all these cases, the duration of a sentence and the amount of a fine is decided by the court, depending on the nature of the crime.