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Saudi anti-cyber crime law women insult man on whatsapp

Article Three of the Saudi anti-cyber crime law states no longer that whoever defames or damage to others through a variety of IT Equipment ‘means imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year and a fine or penalty of either SR500,000 as.

Saudi anti-cyber crime law women insult man on whatsapp

A court in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday sentenced a woman to 70 lashes and a fine of 20,000 Saudi riyals (SR) for insulting a person on instant-messaging application WhatsApp reported by medialeaks.pk

According to a source at the Criminal Court in Al Qatif, the court has the judgment, after it was revealed that the 32-year-old woman was guilty of tarnishing the reputation of the plaintiff on WhatsApp, local daily Okaz has reported on Monday.

The complainant filed the lawsuit after an argument with the woman. The source did not disclose the nature of the disagreement between the two; However, the defendant admitted they had insulted the man, but reportedly rejected the court’s decision.

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Article Three of the Saudi anti-cyber crime law states no longer that whoever defames or damage to others through a variety of IT Equipment ‘means imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year and a fine or penalty of either SR500,000 as. ”

In another case, in July 2014, two women in Jeddah were insulting to 20 lashes and 10 days in jail for each sentenced to WhatsApp.

The case reached court, after one of the women who sued for alleged defamation insult others and their reputation. The judge had the judgment after displaying the message exchange between the two women, who are allegedly issued cousins.

The judge had tried to end the feud between the two cousins, but neither wanted to apologize.

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