Important warning: Internet practices lead to imprisonment for up to 5 years or a fine of 3 million riyals
The Public Prosecution issued a warning against using the information network to broadcast things that can undermine public morals or order.
She went on to say that one of the definitions required by the law for punitive penalties is the production of something that would be detrimental to public order, religious values, public morals, or the sanctity of private life, as well as the preparation, sending, or storage of it via an information network or computer. combating computer crimes.
The Public Prosecution said that the offender would face up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to 3 million riyals, or a combination of these two penalties.
Internet crime is an abominable business
We must do this to safeguard our kids from online criminal activity. All monotheistic religions and various human societies detest sexual exploitation as an evil deed. The number of crimes committed online has grown exponentially, as have the types of crimes people conduct and how they differ. The best opportunity for criminals, homosexuals, and sexual perverts to take advantage of this cutting-edge technology to spread their perversion and carry out their crimes was when children ranked first in the world for using computers and the Internet, homosexuals and sex trolls heavily targeted them, and the number of sex trolls increased. These crimes were novel, easy to commit, quick, and easy to cover their tracks and get rid of their evidence. The worldwide community has thus stepped up its efforts to counteract this epidemic and provide legislative safeguards to protect kids from being sexually exploited by a variety of electronic means. Therefore, we discover that the Jordanian legislator, in addition to regulating other aspects of protection in the legislation, has criminalized specific acts that constitute sexual abuse of children through electronic means. to keep the child safe.