What UAE law says about cybercrimes, penalties

UAE Cybercrime Law No. 5 of 2012 … to invade someone else’s privacy – which can even include eavesdropping, copying photos or publishing news – can be jailed for six months and face fines of between Dh150,000 and Dh300,000. · The most severe penalty …
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