The Public Prosecution on Monday published an awareness video on its social media accounts, coinciding with the Emirati Children’s Day.
The UAE Public Prosecution has clarified articles of Federal Law no. 9 for 1976 on juvenile delinquents and vagrancy.
The Public Prosecution has said that punishment will be if a beggar is healthy and has a source of income, has faked an injury or permanent impairment or used any other means to deceive people with the aim of obtaining benefits.
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.
Furthermore, whoever uses electronic information system or a means of information technology to make any alteration or processing on a recording, image, or scene, for the purpose of libel or offense against another person, shall be sentenced to imprisonment .
The UAE Public Prosecution (PP), clarified through a post published on Wednesday on its social media accounts, the penalty for the transfer, possession, use or acquisition of illegitimate funds using an information network.
Whoever creates, manages, or oversees a website or publishes information for the purpose of human trafficking shall be sentenced to temporary imprisonment and/or fined a monetary penalty of not less than Dhs500,000 and not more than Dhs1 million.
The UAE Public Prosecution (PP), on Monday explained through a post published on its social media accounts about the crime of money laundering.
The UAE Public Prosecution (PP), on Wednesday, clarified through a post published on its social media accounts the penalty of publishing information on the web for the trade and promotion of narcotics and psychotropics.
The Public Prosecution published this information as part of its campaign aimed at promoting the legal culture among members of the community, as well as raising the public's awareness about the law and the country's legislations.