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People caught disclosing without authorisation online confidential information obtained in the course of, or due to employment, can face jail and up to Dhs1 million in fines, warned the UAE's Public Prosecution.
The Public Prosecution posted an awareness video graphic on its Twitter account, explaining Article 22 of the Federal Law No.5 for 2012, which states: "Shall be punished by imprisonment for a period of at least six months and a fine not less than five hundred thousand dirhams and not in excess of one million dirhams or either of these two penalties whoever uses, without authorisation, any computer network, website or information technology means to disclose confidential information which he has obtained in the course of or because of his work."
The girl’s father filed a complaint with Dubai Police in which he said his daughter was subjected to defamation by an unknown person, who impersonated her account and posted her photos on social media sites.
Details of the case date back to an earlier time when the plaintiff filed a lawsuit demanding the defendant to pay him Dhs60,000 in compensation for the moral and material damages he suffered, indicating that the suspect insulted him in front of his colleagues.
The case dates back to last October, when the two victims filed a robbery report, pointing out that they were assigned by their company to cash a Dhs4 million cheque and had headed out to a bank in Sheikh Zayed Road.
The UAE Public Prosecution on Sunday published a video on its social media accounts highlighting the potential penalties for spreading rumours and false news, in accordance with Federal Decree Law No. 34 of 2021 aimed at combatting the spread of rumours and fake news.
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