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UAE: Up to Dh200,000 fine for creating fake e-mails, websites, online accounts

The wrongdoer will be locked up for a minimum of 2 years

The UAE Public Prosecution has actually launched a brief movie throughout its social media sites accounts discussing the fines of producing phony emails, internet sites and also on-line accounts.

According to the video clip, Post (11) of the Federal Decree-Law No. 34 of 2021 on battling rumours and also cybercrimes, states that anybody that develops phony web site, on-line account or email, posing an all-natural or lawful individual, will go through jail time and also a penalty of not much less than Dh50,000 and also not greater than Dh200,000, or among both fines.

The General Public Prosecution better specified that the wrongdoer will be locked up for a minimum of 2 years, if they utilize or permit anybody to utilize the phony web site, on-line account or email to create injury to the posed sufferer.

A fine of jail time of not greater than 5 years, and also a penalty of not much less than Dh200,000 and also not greater than Dh2,000,000, will apply if such phony web site, on-line account or email poses any kind of UAE entity.

This message belongs to the general public Prosecution’s constant initiatives to advertise lawful society amongst participants of the area and also boost their recognition regarding the most recent regulation in the nation.

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