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Legal for “Sabaq”: Obsession with Fame and Gain Views is the trap of being caught in cybercrime

Saudi lawyer Adlan Al-Subaie confirmed that bullying is a crime punishable by imprisonment for a period not exceeding a year, and a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand riyals, noting the efforts of the Deputy Governor of Al-Sharqiya, who directed to secure housing for the woman who sells vegetables, and her clip has spread on social media.

This came as a comment on the video that was circulated on the social networking site “Twitter” about a Saudi woman, a vegetable seller in the region, and it was filmed by a person without permission and published; What caused the woman to bully.

In detail, Lawyer Adlan Al-Subaie said that every person commits any of the following information crimes: Eavesdropping on what is sent through the information network or a computer without a valid legal justification – or capturing or intercepting it, or illegal entry to threaten or blackmail a person; To compel him to do or abstain from an action, even if doing or abstaining from this act is legitimate, or illegally entering a website or site to change the designs of this website, destroy it, modify it, occupy its address, or prejudice private life through misuse Mobile phones equipped with a camera, or the like, or defaming others, and causing harm to them, through various means of information technology, shall be punished with imprisonment for a period not exceeding a year and a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand riyals, or one of these two punishments.

Al-Subaie explained that the cause of fame and obsession with gaining a high viewership rate is what drives reckless people to violate people’s rights, defame and diminish them, and fall into the trap of information crimes that destroy the future of their perpetrators.

Prince Ahmed bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Governor of the Eastern Province, directed that a permanent and regular residence be granted to Mrs. “Khazneh Zaid”, who was bullied by someone and defamed her on social media platforms while selling vegetables in a public place.

At the end of his statement to “preceded,” lawyer Al-Subaie praised the efforts of the Deputy Governor of the Eastern Region on this unexplained gesture of state men who always seek to extend a helping hand to male and female citizens so that they can have a decent life according to the directives of the wise leadership.

Lawyer Al-Subaie: “Bullying” is a crime punishable by one year in prison and a fine not exceeding 500,000 riyals

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Saudi lawyer Adlan Al-Subaie confirmed that bullying is a crime punishable by imprisonment for a period not exceeding a year, and a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand riyals, noting the efforts of the Deputy Governor of Al-Sharqiya, who directed to secure housing for the woman who sells vegetables, and her clip has spread on social media.

This came as a comment on the video that was circulated on the social networking site “Twitter” about a Saudi woman, a vegetable seller in the region, and it was filmed by a person without permission and published; What caused the woman to bully.

In detail, lawyer Adlan Al-Subaie said that every person commits any of the following information crimes: Eavesdropping on what is sent through the information network or a computer without a valid legal justification – or capturing or intercepting it, or illegal entry to threaten or blackmail a person; To compel him to do or abstain from an action, even if doing or abstaining from this act is legitimate, or illegally entering a website or site to change the designs of this website, destroy it, modify it, occupy its address, or prejudice private life through misuse Mobile phones equipped with a camera, or the like, or defaming others, and causing harm to them, through various means of information technology, shall be punished with imprisonment for a period not exceeding a year and a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand riyals, or one of these two punishments.

Al-Subaie explained that the cause of fame and obsession with gaining a high viewership rate is what drives reckless people to violate people’s rights, defame and diminish them, and fall into the trap of information crimes that destroy the future of their perpetrators.

Prince Ahmed bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Governor of the Eastern Province, directed that a permanent and regular residence be granted to Mrs. “Khazneh Zaid”, who was bullied by someone and defamed her on social media platforms while selling vegetables in a public place.

At the end of his statement to “preceded,” lawyer Al-Subaie praised the efforts of the Deputy Governor of the Eastern Region on this unexplained gesture of state men who always seek to extend a helping hand to male and female citizens so that they can have a decent life according to the directives of the wise leadership.

04 May 2021 – 22 Ramadan 1442

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Legal for “Sabaq”: Obsession with Fame and Gain Views is the trap of being caught in cybercrime

Saudi lawyer Adlan Al-Subaie confirmed that bullying is a crime punishable by imprisonment for a period not exceeding a year, and a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand riyals, noting the efforts of the Deputy Governor of Al-Sharqiya, who directed to secure housing for the woman who sells vegetables, and her clip has spread on social media.

This came as a comment on the video that was circulated on the social networking site “Twitter” about a Saudi woman, a vegetable seller in the region, and it was filmed by a person without permission and published; What caused the woman to bully.

In detail, Lawyer Adlan Al-Subaie said that every person commits any of the following information crimes: Eavesdropping on what is sent through the information network or a computer without a valid legal justification – or capturing or intercepting it, or illegal entry to threaten or blackmail a person; To compel him to do or abstain from an action, even if doing or abstaining from this act is legitimate, or illegally entering a website or site to change the designs of this website, destroy it, modify it, occupy its address, or prejudice private life through misuse Mobile phones equipped with a camera, or the like, or defaming others, and causing harm to them, through various means of information technology, shall be punished with imprisonment for a period not exceeding a year and a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand riyals, or one of these two punishments.

Al-Subaie explained that the cause of fame and obsession with gaining a high viewership rate is what drives reckless people to violate people’s rights, defame them, diminish them, and fall into the trap of information crimes that destroy the future of their perpetrators.

Prince Ahmed bin Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Governor of the Eastern Province, directed that a permanent and regular residence be granted to Mrs. “Khazneh Zaid”, who was bullied by someone and defamed her on social media platforms while selling vegetables in a public place.

At the end of his statement to “preceded,” Al-Subai’i noted the efforts of the Deputy Governor of the Eastern Region on that unexplained gesture from state men who always seek to extend a helping hand to male and female citizens so that they can have a decent life in accordance with the directives of the wise leadership.





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